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"Dean of Waltham ecra^ 
innovative teacher . . . wiseOT^ 
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active churchman . . . witty companion 
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School . . . "Robby" to everyone in 
the system and the community. 
We proudly dedicate the 
70 MIRROR to 

MR. VERNER F. ROBINSON 



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Graduation from Newton High . . . Boston State College . . . Newman 
Prep School . . . known to friends and old acquaintances as "sunshine" ... an 
even nature, a gentle smile . . . sincere approach to Waltham students . . . 
"ZAP" productions . . . genuine concern and respect for students and educa- 
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These are the reasons why we, the class of 1970, elect as Honorary Senior — 
Mr. Jerry Nelson. 









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Mr. James S. Fitzgerald 

Superintendent 



Credit to Russo Art Studios 



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Mr. Verner Robinson 

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Mr. George E. P. Husson Jr. 

Headmaster 



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Credit to Loring Studios 



Mr. Edward D. May Jr. 

Assistant Headmaster 



Mrs. Josephine Hughes 

Secretary 



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Senior House 



Mr. Almon Morang 



Attended Deering High School, Portland, Maine; 
Northeastern; B. U. and Harvard . . . taught Chemistry 
at Waltham before becoming head of the Science 
Department ... as Housemaster handles discipline 
and attendance . . . serves to unify senior class . . . 
heads school committee on narcotics . . . encourages 
future student participation in community affairs . . . 
merits the appreciation and respect of the graduating 
class of 1970 for sharing, almost personally, in both 
the triumphs and defeats of the past 3 years . . . 




Mrs. Marion Campbell 



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Junior House 



Mr. Gerard Belliveau 



Mrs. Barbara McCauley 




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Mrs. Catherine Danforth 




Sophomore House 




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Mr. Joseph Levey 



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Mr. Ernest Viscarello 
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Mrs. Lucchese 
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Seated: Ernest Viscarello — Director, First Row: Mr. John McClosky, Mr. Carl Lando, Mr. Alexander 
Kapamagian, Mr. John Morrell, Mr. William Ray, Mr. Thomas Procop, Mr. Calvin Kalishman, Mr. 
Vernon Cook, Mr. Louis Daniels. Second Row: Mr. Samuel Russell, Mr. Antonio Damian, Mr. 
Charles Hertigan, Mr. Joseph DeMaio, Mr. Robert Dimitri, Mr. Wilfred St. Martin, Mr. Frank 
Goodwin, Mr. George Stanley, Mr. John Faria, Mr. Joseph McCusker, Mr. Salvatore Scimeni, Mr. 
John Lehane. Missing: Mr. Kenneth Harding, Mr. Norman Hendry, Mr. Richard O'Neil. 







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Art 




Mr. Paul D. Shea 
Department Head 





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Mr. Paul D. Shea, Mr. Peter Nyren, Mr. Constantine Sgouros, Mr. Donald Smith. 



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Business 



First Row. Miss Marion MacQuarrie, Mrs. Marie Morris, Mr. Albert Flight (department 
head), Mrs. Katharine Murphy, Miss Mary Mooney, Mrs. Marquerite Marr. Second Row. 
Miss Cecilia Misseri, Mr. Bernard Collins, Mrs. Constance Dorin, Mr. David Opie, Mr. 
Joseph Hall, Mr. Peter Baldassari, Mrs. Melissa Staples, Mrs. Mary Ann Vennett. Miss 
Margaret Hogarty, Mr. Thomas Cappucci. 







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Mrs. Carole Bowman, Mr. Robert Eagle (Department Head) 



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Ftrst Row: Mrs. Josephine Maguire, Miss Madeline Quinn, Mr. Steven Triantafel, Miss Virginia 
Betts Mrs. Esther Johnson, Miss Eugenie Andreassian, Miss Hannelore Sorg. Second Row Mr 
Donald Thibault (department head), Mr. Bertram Baldwin, Miss Susan Fryer, Mrs. Linda Maitre 
Mr. Marcel Kanan, Mr. Mario Magno, Mr. Benjamin Pizzi, Mr. John Corcoran. Missing- Mrs Delia 
Cheng, Mrs. Eleanor Pacitti, Mrs. JoAnne Pearlman. 



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English 




First Row: Miss Margaret Huck, Miss Barbara Ward, Miss Katharine Devane, Mr. Richard Hood 
(department head), Miss Donna Murphy, Mrs. Marcia MacClary, Miss Barbara Chabot, Miss 
Karen Holland. Second Row: Mrs. Lillian Shirley, Mrs. Alisca Czarnowski, Mr. Richard Collins, 
Mr. Donald Prohovich, Mr. John Dorsey, Mr. Michael Rose, Mrs. Anastasia Kefalas, Mrs. Alicia 
Haley, Mr. Ira Steinberg, Mrs. Donna Apelian, Mr. Kevin Galligan. Missing: Mrs. Iris Jacobson, 
Mr. Joseph Travalini, Mrs. Marcia Biddle, Miss Sally Rypkema. 



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First Row. Miss Sarah Giacalone, Miss Margaret Nolan (assistant director), Mr. Thomas Cullen 
(director), Miss Mildred Steele, Mr. Anthony Mrugala. Second Row: Miss Margot Garfield, Mr. 
John Clifford, Miss Jane Grace, Mr. George Hyland, Jr. (adjustment counselor), Mr. Lawrence 
Elliott, Miss Cornelia Sylvester (adjustment counselor). 



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Miss Pauline Babb, Mrs. Susan Jones, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Miss Grace Magrath, Mrs. Josephine 
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Work Study 



Mr. Edward Dollard, Mr. Albert Healy. 



industrial Arts 



Mr. Roy Talanian, Mr. John Holihan, 
Mr. Raymond Patriacca, Mr. Donald 
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Mrs. Esther Wiley, Mrs. Frances Flynn, Mrs. Lotte Blustein. 



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Mrs. Lois Stone 



Mr. George Tyner 



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Math 



First Row: Mr. Terrance Sweeney, Miss Elizabeth Bowen, Mr. Thomas 
Lynch (department head), Mrs. Beatrice Feldman, Miss Elaine Hayes. 
Second Row: Mr. George Viens, Mr. Anthony Vallely, Mr. John Ambrose, 
Mr. Thomas Leverone, Mr. John Sheehan, Mr. Thomas Foley, Mr. Leon 
Meader. Missing: Mr. Henry O'Brien, Mr. John Regan, Mr. William 
Harrington, Mr. Paul Wheelock. 




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Physical Education 




Miss Carolyn Gravelin, Miss Jean Burns, Miss Eleanor Childs, Miss 
Helen Castros, Mrs. Sue Blakesley. 



Mr. Hal Kopp, Mr. Joe Hassett, Mr. Henry Waronicz. 



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First Row. Mrs. Carole Graceffa, Mrs. Sonya McKnight, Miss Patricia Gladys, Mr. Alden Eames (de- 
partment head), Miss Geraldine Franklin, Mr. Raymond Yetten. Second Row. Mr. Philip Laird, 
Mrs. Miriam Rosenthal, Mr. Richard McKnight, Mr. Stephen Grant, Mr. Gerald Nelson, Mr. Ross 
Bailey, Mr. Paul Thorp, Mr. Daniel Gouvea. Missing: Miss Marilyn Cox, Mrs. Julia Kerr, Dr. Roza 
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Sitting: Mrs. Susan Witwer, Miss Susan Cairnes, Mrs. Barbara Byam, Miss Nancy Kunkle, Mr. Saul 
Richman (department head), Mrs. Esther Carney, Miss Barbara Ash, Mr. Theodore Jacobs, Mr. 
Harold Walker. Standing: Mr. Gerald Rauch, Mr. Thomas Neylon, Mr. Edward Burke, Mr. Francis 
Fleming, Mr. Richard Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Kellerman. 



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Richard Abelli 

141 Prospect Hill Road 
College 
Rich is usually seen with Brian, 
Billy, and John, his "Partners in 
Crime." He is noted for his golf- 
ing ability and plans to attend 
college after graduation. 

Golf 2, 3, 4. 



Nancy Alesse 

64 Calvary Street 
Business 
Nancy will always remember the 
fun with her friends Shelley and 
Karen. She is always wishing for 
"F" block, so she can be with 
Mr. Steinberg. Nancy would like 
to further her education in the 
business field. 

Senior Revue; Business Office. 




Raymond Adams 

20 Washington Avenue 
College 
Popular and friendly "Butch," an 
active senior and sports enthusi- 
ast, can be seen on the Hawks 
basketball court, or with friends 
Billy, Stinky, Mark, and Dave. 
College is seen in the near fu- 
ture. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senator 4; 
Teen Canteen 3, 4; Student Sen- 
ate Committee 4; Senior Revue; 
"W" Club 3. 





Robert Allen 

19 Maple Street 
Vocational 
Bob plans to enlist in the service 
after graduation and hopefully 
continue in printing when he 
comes out. 



Greg Alcorn 

19 Ledge Road 
College 

Quiet Chuck, well-liked by John, 
Dave, Steve, and Muce, will 
treasure his unforgettable pas- 
times: Brighams, football, and 
basketball. 





Harry Alcorn 

19 Ledge Road 
Business 
Working on his blue G.T.O. 
with Carry, or racing it around 
Waltham (when it starts) are the 
biggest pastimes in this senior's 
life. 

Football. 



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Stephen L. Allen 

19 Maple Street 
Vocational 
Working in the Print Shop was 
Steve's favorite subject while at 
the Voc. He plans to enlist and 
follow his trade after graduation. 



Robert Anderson 

251 Bacon Street 
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Vincent Allia 

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129 Bedford St. 

Vinny's friends will tell you that 
his intelligence will take him a 
long way. This basket-ball bounc- 
ing senior plans to attend college 
in the future. 
Basketball 2; Italian Club 4. 





Tonette Alongi 

1312 Trapelo Road 
Business 
Toni's favorite saying, when she 
is with Marie, Donna and Sue, 
is "Who can we talk about 
now?" Social work is Tonette's 
intended vocation. 
Softball 2; Volleyball 2; Italian 
Club 3; Ski Club 4. 



Dolores Araujo 

1300 Trapelo Road 
Business 
"Oh, no!" says Dolores, who en- 
joys her English class with Mr. 
Prohovich. She can often be seen 
with Sandy, Linda and Eileen, 
answering the phone in Mr. 
Morang's office. Her future plans 
include business school. 
Talent Show 3, 4; Italian Club 

3. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; 
Mr. Morang's Office 4; Softball 2. 



Sharon Amiralian 

46 Oakley Lane 
College 

"I will always miss my U.S. His- 
tory class with Mr. Walket and 
Senior Revue, math with Mr. 
O'Brien, and my friends Jane, 
Kathy, Lucy, and Annette. I hope 
to be successful as I continue my 
education in the area of French." 
Class Secretary 2; Talent Show 
2; Pep Squad 2; Spanish Club 
3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 4. 




Brian Angelo 

16 Warren Avenue 
College 
This friendly senior was very 
active in dramatics during his 
stay at Waltham High. Among 
his most favorite pastimes are 
golfing and swimming. His plans 
lean toward attending Boston 
College next year. 
Homeroom Rep. 2: Talent Show 
2, 3. 4; "IN the Zone"; "The 
Music Man"; "Sorry, Wrong, 
Number"; "Gentlemen Shop- 
pers"; Senior Revue; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Treas. 4). 





Debbie Arena 

124 Russell Street 
College 
"Love one another, but make not 
a bond of love: Let it rather be a 
moving sea between the shores 
of your souls." 

G.A.P. 2, 3; Drama Club 3, 4 
Lab Assistant 4. 



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Diane Arsenault 

26 Park Street 
College 

Math, with Mr. O'Brien rates 
high with one of Waltham 
High's future X-ray technicians. 
Third-lunch girls will agree that 
bright-eyed Diane will go far in 
whatever she does. Good luck, 
Diane, from your friends at 
WHS. 
Senior Revue. 




Susan Arena 

109 Dobbins Street 
College 

Sue's favorite pastimes, besides 
dating, are dancing and swim- 
ming. This pretty, brown-eyed 
senior plans to attend college and 
major in biology after gradua- 
tion. 

Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Italian Club 2; Chemistry Club 3- 



Andre Aucoin 

88 Cedar Street 
College 

Butch, whose hobbies are mo- 
torcycles and cars, enjoyed math 
with Mr. O'Brien. 

Hockey; Basketball; Ski Club. 




Karen Arno 

77 Wilbur Street 
College 
"And in the sweetness of friend- 
ship let there be laughter, and 
sharing of pleasures. For in the 
dew of little things the heart 
finds its morning and is re- 
freshed." 

Drama Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 2, 3; Senior 
Revue; Chorus 2, 3. 





Bernard Aucoin 

14 Hamblin Road 
College 
Even though Bernard has no im- 
mediate plans, he will probably 
go into the Navy or the Air 
Force. 
Intramurals 3. 




Carl Peter Arsenault 

16 Leonard Street 
College 
"Hark's" sense of humor could 
liven up any party. For this 
senior, it's swimming in the 
Summer and skiing in the Win- 
ter. Carl plans to attend college 
and to become a plumber. 

Ski Club 4; Senior Revue. 



Dave Aucoin 

55 Chestnut Street 
College 

Ski Club 4. 




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Dianne Aucoin 

138 Crescent Street 
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Marie Josephine Aucoin 
59 Chester Ave. 
Business 
"I might," can be heard from 
this pretty, brown-eyed senior as 
she talks to her friends Anne, 
Norma, Elaine and Charlie. Chi- 
nese food and pizza rate high 
on Josie's list of favorites. A 
career in business and marriage 
lie in her future. 

Sr. Housemaster's Office 2, 3; 
English Office 3, 4; Science Dept. 
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Joseph Aucoin 

31 Chester Lane 
College 

our Canadian music man, 
always be remembered in 
Cheng's Latin class as 
stating his frequent rhetorical 
opening lines: "Hey, what the 
heck was last night's home- 
work?" "I had to work last 
night." 

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Gail T. Avery 

13 Leonard Street 
College 

Gail's favorite class was English 
with Mrs. MacClarv. This cute 
brown-eyed senior plans a career 
in Dental Hygiene after gradua- 
tion. 

Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; Senior 
Revue. 




Kenneth Aucoin 

2 Lexington Street, W. Newton 
Vocational 
A spaghetti dinner is Kenny's 
all time favorite. He states that 
his favorite class was with Mr. 
Demaio. 




Paul Avery 

15 Orange Street 
Vocational 
Paul plans a future as a technical 
engineer after some study in col- 
lege. 





David Bachelder 

70 Hawthorne Road 
College 

Park, Al, and Lovev say that 
Dave will go far in engineering. 



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Mary Ellen Baker 

60 Alderwood Road 
College 
Math classes were a favorite with 
Mary Ellen during her stay at 
W.H.S. Her future plans are to 
attend college in pursuit of a 
medical career. 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Girls' Glee Club 4. 



William Bamford 

52 Exchange Street 
Vocational 

Bill, whose favorite class was his- 
tory, plans to enter college or 
the service after graduation. 





Sandra Bamforth 

24 Hammond Street 
Business 
Sandy, whose future plans in- 
clude marriage and working at 
the bakery, enjoyed having Miss 
Holland and Mr. Rose. Dennis, 
Anna and Paula agree that La- 
sagna is Sandy's favorite food. 
English Office 3, 4: Guidance 
Office 3, 4. 



Joan Baronian 

55 Canterbury Road 
College and Business 

Budgie always has S.R.O. in her 
G.T.O., when she drives through 
Brighams with Bev, Joan, and 
"Space." An avid sports fan, 
Budgie plans to attend college 
in the fall. 
Drama Club 2; Ski Club 4- 




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Maryellen Barrett 

142 Virginia Road 
Business 
Katharine Gibbs is the number 
one ambition of this steno. Her 
favorite subject is shorthand with 
Miss Mooney. Maryellen can be 
seen talking to both Moe and 
Sandi. 
Senior Revue; English Office 4- 



Katheleen Barry 

137 Russell Street 
College 

Kathy, an active senior at WHS 
with a great sense of humor, 
plans to attend Bridgewater State 
College where, she'll major in 
Elementary Education. She'll al- 
ways remember the fun at 
W.H.S., especially in history 
class with Mr. Richman. 
Latin Club 2, 3, (V. Pres.); Sen- 
ior Revue; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Homeroom Rep. 2, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Pep Squad 3- 




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Karen Barnes 

25 Chester Lane 
Business 
After talking to Shelley, Nancy, 
Paul, and Donnie, Karen has to 
run to Miss Mooney's classes. 
She would like to further her 
education in the business field. 




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William Barry 

131 Charles Street 
Business 
Billy would like to attend busi- 
ness school after graduation. His 
favorite teacher at W.H.S. was 
Mr. Steinberg. 



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Marie Baxter 

35 Livermore Road 
College 
Fun loving "Mi Mi" will have 
fond memories of her trip to 
Switzerland. This adventurous 
girl loves water skiing and scuba 
diving. For the future, "Mi Mi" 
plans a career in nursing. 
Ski Club 4; Senior Revue. 





Robert Bennett 

655 Lincoln Street 

College 

"Well, I try my best to be just 

like I am — but everybody wants 

you to be just like them." 




Norma Belliveau 

12 Chester Avenue 
Business 
Norma hopes to attend Nursing 
school after graduation. She can 
be found "hanging around" with 
Sally, Donna, Patty, and Linda. 
Mr. Morang's Office 2. 3, and 4. 



Bruce Berberian 

61 Ravenswood Road 
College 

"My boyhood saw 
Greek islands floating over Har- 
vard Square." 

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Roy Belliveau 

33 Taylor Street 
Vocational 

Before getting married and hav- 
ing to work, Moose would like 
to go out into the world and 
have fun. 





Alfred Bergin 

291 Dale Street 
Business 
Bergy enjoyed English with Mr. 
Collins and eating lobster with 
Larry and Brian. Al plans on 
going into construction after 
graduation. 




Arthur Bennett 

15 Alder Street 
College 
Archie's great performance in 
the Senior Revue and on the 
basketball court will long be re- 
membered by his classmates, es- 
pecially Jimmy, Dave, Mark, 
and Butchie. A college education 
lies ahead. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Senior Revue. 



Lynne Berry 

21 Dartmouth Street 
College 
Lynne's plans are to attend col- 
lege and to become a Dental Hy- 
genist. She'll surely succeed with 
her warm smile and bright per- 
sonality. 

Homeroom Rep. 3; Drama Club; 
Lab Assistant; Ski Club. 




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Gail Bertrand 

83 Plympton Street 
Business 
"Really!" shouts Gail as she 
talks to her friends Sherrie, Deb- 
bie, Betty, and Roseann. Gail's 
future plans include hairdressing 
school and settling down with 
Dave. 
Prom Committee 3. 





Beth Blodget 

90-B Massosoit Street 
College 
"It might happen, but I doubt 
it," says Beth to Linda, Janet, 
and Sandy. Beth's favorite subject 
at W.H.S. was lunch . . . "it is 
the only time to communicate 
with your friends." She hopes 
to become an airline stewardess. 




James Biggins 

75 Princeton Avenue 
College 
Bob, Don, and Chris will tell 
you that Jim's favorite subject 
was social studies. He hopes to 
go into business. 



Richard Blunt 

60 Prospect Street 

College 

"When you have reached the 

mountain top, then you shall 

begin to climb." 




Paul Blanchard 

88 Hatherly Road 
College 





John Bolles 

44 Murray Street 
College 

John plans to major in engineer- 
ing at Control Data or Franklin 
Institute. Among his favorites at 
W.H.S. were Mr. McKnight and 
math. 

Baseball 2; Basketball (Intra- 
mural) 2, 3, 4; (YMCA), Boys 
Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Connie 
Mack League 2, 3, 4. 




Alan Bleyle 

113 Temple Road 
College 
Alan, a future architect, will al- 
ways remember Mr. Nelson and 
his technical drawing class. 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Connie Mack 
League 2, 3, 4; Basketball (In- 
tramural) 2, 3, 4, (Y.M.C.A.) 4. 



Paula Bonafide 

83 Vernon Street 
College 
Paula can be found bowling with 
Lisa and Marsha. She plans a 
career in the field of elementary 
education. 

Volleyball 2; Softball 2; Pep 
Squad 2; FTA 4; Senior Revue. 




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Moe Bordenca 

32 Pleasant Street 
College 

Moe is conscious about his own 
individuality instead of just 
being a member of a group. He 
has proven his individuality by 
excelling as a two miler in track. 





Dennis P. Boucher 

40 Galen Street 
College 

Dennis always enjoyed homeroom 
period best at W.H.S. Future 
plans include college and a ca- 
reer in engineering. 
Basketball 2, 3. 



Dana Bonica 

12 Walton Street 
College 
This energetic senior can usually 
be found skiing with his friends 
John, Dave, and Al. He'll al- 
ways remember English with 
Mrs. Jacobsen. 

Ski Club; Italian Club. 




Annette Boudreau 
9 Albert Street 
Business 
Annette's friendly "hi" can al- 
ways be heard down the halls of 
W.H.S. She has greatly enjoyed 
her years at "Happy High," es- 
pecially as a senior. This cute 
girl has business plans for the 
future. 

Archery 2; Homeroom Rep. 2; 
Pep Squad; Yearbook Rep. 2, 3, 
4. 





Steven Bonney 

92 Lakeview Terrace 
College 
"I swear by my life and my love 
of it that I will never live for 
the sake of another man or allow 
another man to live for mine." 
Track 3, 4. 




Diane Boudreau 

6 Wellington Avenue 
Vocational 

"Dee Dec," a lover of retail mer- 
chandising, will always remem- 
ber the great pizzas with Joanne 
and Florine. She hopes to be- 
come a hairdresser in the future. 

Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 



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1385 Trapelo Road 
Work-Study 



Wanda Bourque 

30 Rumford Avenue 
College 

Wanda's friends live mostly on 
the "Island," including her best 
friend Lyn. The two girls can 
always be seen talking and laugh- 
ing together. Wanda enjoys go- 
ing to the beach and drawing. 
She plans to work for a while 
after graduation. Then she may 
attend art school. 
Drama Club 3; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee. 




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John Boudrot 

47 Morton Street 

Vocational 

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John Boyd 

20 Curtis Avenue 
General 
Because "Boydie" is understand- 
ing and popular, his hobby is 
arranging dates. Besides Mr. 
Collins, he enjoys Mrs. Mac- 
Clure's foods class. Future plans 
include making people happy. 



Park Boudrot 

70 Virginia Road 
College 
Park enjoyed Friday afternoon 
parties on Prospect Hill with 
Bill, Warren, John. Bruce, and 
Sam. He plans to attend Suffolk 
University. He's usually seen with 
Dave, Al, and Lovey. 
Track 2, 3; Senior Revue. 





Anne Bourgeois 

54 Chester Avenue 
Business 



Anne 
skiing 



enjoys swimming, water 
and eating Chinese food. 
A junior homecoming attendant, 
Anne is looking forward to a 
career as a legal secretary. 
Mr. Eames' Office 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club. 



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Binney Brackett 

189 Villa Street 
College 

"Ars longa vita brevis . . . Yes- 
terday I met someone who 
changed my life . . . Tomorrow 
is yesterday's history and art will 
still be there, even if life ter- 
minates." 
Yearbook Editor. 



Charles Brophy 

48 Marianne Road 
College 
As Phil and Rick well know, 
brown-eyed "Broph," our Stu- 
dent Council V.P., disliked math 
at W.H.S., but was a bug with 
Mr. Fleming's history. Cheese- 
burgers and steak rate high with 
this college-bound senior. 
Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; V.P. Student Council 
4; Spanish Club (Pres.) 4; Drama 
Club 4; W Club 3, 4; Jr. Red 
Cross 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; The Teahouse of 
the August Moon 4. 




Donald Breen 

6 Thayer Road 
College 
Don, who is an easy going, in- 
dustrious math student, elaborates 
on the theory of probability. He 
plans to attend law school after 
graduation. 





Lois Brousseau 

50 Arlington Road 
Vocational 
"Peace" says Lois as she enjoys 
Chinese food with Mary, Gail, 
and Debbie. She hopes to begin 
a career as a veterinarian. 
Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 




Robert Briganti 

1239Trapelo Road 
College 
The ski club wouldn't have been 
complete this year without the 
weekend trip, and the trip 
wouldn't have been complete 
without Bobby, a fun-loving 
senior. Best of luck in whatever 
you attempt. 

Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4. 



Anne Brown 

17 School Street 
College 
A transfer from St. Mary's, Anne 
is noted for her out-going per- 
sonality and her towering height. 
With her quality to succeed, 
Anne most definitely has a sure 
future ahead of her. "How goes 
it?" 




Nancy E. Brodrick 

119 Dale Street 
College 
"I shall pass through this world 
but once. Any good therefore 
that I can do or any kindness 
that I can show to any human 
being, let me do it now. Let me 
not defer or neglect it for I 
shall not pass this way again." 
Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Softball Manager 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; Senior House 
Office 4. 





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Judy Ann Brown 

96 Princeton Avenue 
College 
"Hey, Jude" can be heard in the 
corridors at W.H.S. from all her 
friends. Judy's favorite class is 
English with Mrs. Shirley. If 
she is not enjoying Chinese food 
with Sandy and Butch, you can 
find her out with Bill. Becoming 
a nurse is at the top of her list 
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Donna Burckes 

37 Clark Lane 
College 
American Food and Marine 
Biology are tops with this happy 
senior. Horses and skiing occupy 
most of her time. Friends Jeanne, 
Mary, Cindy, Moe, and Steve say 
Donna is college bound. 
German Club; Chorus. 




Rita Brown 

17 School Street 
College 

supposed to tell you 
. ," she says to Cath, 
Ritsy. Rita plans to 

school and become a 



"I'm not 
this but . 
Alice and 
attend art 
fashion designer. 
Art Club 2; Glee 
Sodality 2, 3. 



Club 2, 3; 



Kelly Burke 

83 Cabot Street 
College 

This "creative" senior, when not 
with Janys, can be found remi- 
niscing Beatle songs with Phil 
and Bobby. Artistic Kelly will 
never forget squirt guns in junior 
math with Mr. Lundberg. Best 
of luck in college, Kel. 




Wendy Brown 

141 Lake Street 
College 
Wendy enjoyed Waltham High 
but looks forward to nursing 
school in September. She likes 
bowling, the movies, hamburg 
and french fries. Her trip to 
Italy last April was memorable 
and she hopes to return there 
soon. 





Richard Burke 

81 Mayall Street 
Business 
Tricky Dicky is an enthusiastic 
student and scholar. Watch out, 
America, there is another black- 
out on the way because Rich is 
making plans to become an elec- 
trician. 




Christopher Budreau 

38 Lakeview Avenue 
College 
Chris found power mechanics to 
be his most interesting class, as 
he is interested in cars, boats, 
and anything mechanical. 



Robert A. Burke 

81 Mayall Road 
College 
York Beach is where you'll find 
Rob. Winter or summer he'll al- 
ways attempt those one-footers at 
Long Sands. John, Indian, and 
Ray tell us that he will enter the 
Navy. 




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Bob Burke 

63 Circle Drive 
College 

"Burkey," a future law enforce- 
ment officer, occupied himself 
with hockey and Dickie, Bobby, 
and Bud at Brighams. He plans 
to enter the service. 



Michael Butler 

12 Overlook Road 
Vocational 

"Ears" spends any extra time on 
his car, but plans a future in 
printing. 




Julie Ann Burns 

104 Berkley Street 
College 
"You shall be free indeed when 
your days are not without a care 
nor your nights without a want 
and a grief. But rather when 
these things girdle your life and 
yet you rise above them naked 
and unbound." 
Drama 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4. 





Lauren Beth Butman 

326 Lexington Street 
Business 
Lauren, who's personality has 
won her many friends at WHS, 
is looking forward to a career 
in hairdressing. She enjoys being 
with friends Janice, Diane, Paula, 
and Carole and eating Chinese 
food and lasagna. 

Senior Revue; Drama Club 2. 




Don Bushard 

2 Montclair Avenue 
Business 
Don is known by his close 
friends for his aggressiveness in 
sports and in school. He is an 
all-rounded nice guy you can 
count on and will be tops in the 
computer field in the future. 




Joe Buttiglieri 

5 Graymore Road 
Business 
"Big Joe" as most friends call 
him, is very athletically minded; 
his favorite sports are hockey and 
football. Joe also plans to go to 
college after graduation. 






Anna Caci 

237 Ash Street 
Business 
"Youth is the opportunity to do 
something and to become some- 
body." 

Main Office; Guidance Dept.; 
English Office. 



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Debby Caisey 

10 Chester Lane 
Business 
This cute senior, can usually be 
seen up Brigham's with Marie 
and Debbie talking over ice 
creams and cokes. She has in- 
definite plans for the future, but 
we know she'll be successful. 

Ski Club 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4. 



Owen Campbell 

4 Cedar Croft Lane 
Vocational 

Owen enjoys most of his spare 
time on the golf course. Next 
year he hopes to work in the field 
of Metal Fabrication. 




Jane Marie Callahan 

386 Forest Street 
Business 
Jane can often be found at bas- 
ketball games with all her 
friends. She enjoys eating Chinese 
food with Joanne, Donna, and 
Nancy. Her future plans include 
nursing school. 

Mr. Belliveau's Office 2, 3. 4; 
Pep Squad 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 





Susan Campbell 

46 Colonial Avenue 
College 
"It was a blast," says this active 
senior as she looks back over her 
great times at W.H.S. And to en- 
joy them with her were friends: 
Kath, Marianne, and Chi-Chi. 

Senior Revue, Talent Show 3, 4; 
Basketball 2; Class Secretary 4; 
Housemaster's Office, Student 
Council; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Pep Squad; Ski Club; Chemistry 
Club. 




Patricia Callahan 

35 High Street 
College 
Everything seems to happen to 
good ol' Trish: her shoes click 
and her hiccups are the loudest 
of all at W.H.S. Let's hope Mr. 
O'Brien can straighten her out. 
Talent Show; Senior Revue; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office; Softball; Pep 
Squad. 



Patricia Camuti 

246 Totten Pond Road 
College 

Pat's favorite class is sociology 
with Mr. Walker. She plans to 
continue her eduction and be- 
come a sociology teacher. She 
can be seen with Lynn, Karen, 
Janice, and Dick. 




Sandra Calson 

3 1 Chase Road 
Business 
Everyone at first lunch will re- 
member Sandy and the laughs 
she provided. 

Talent Show 3; FNA 2; Italian 
Club 2; A. V. Staff 4. 





Francis Cannistraro 

55 Derby Street 

College 

"To Mrs. Haley I leave a student 

like George, 
To Mr. Nelson I leave a lab that 

works. 
To Mr. Emerson I leave a new 

appendix, 
To Mr. Sweeney I leave a beard 

clip." 
Latin Club 2; Chess Club 2. 



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Neil Caramanica 

46 Elson Road 

College 





Michele Carter 

132 Massasoit Street 
Business 
Shelley can be found either run- 
ning to Mr. Steinberg's class or 
at 2:30 laughing with Nancy, 
Karen, Donnie, and Paul. She 
plans to further her education 
by going to hairdressing school. 

Nurses' Office 4; Mr. Levey's 
Office 4; Senior Revue. 




Anthony Cardillo 

33 Weston Street 
College 
Three Years at W.H.S. 
I tried to learn everything. 
I couldn't. There was no time. 
To me three years were nothing — 
Like the wind passed the time. 
There is one teacher that forget 

I can't. 
Her name, I think, is Mrs. Grant. 

Russian Club 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 
3,4. 



Diane Casella 

35 Gordon Street 
College 
This petite blonde, respected by 
all, can be found sipping cokes 
at Brighams with Cheryl and 
Cynthia. We'll never forget her 
cheering as captain for the bas- 
ketball team. 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 3; Student Council 
4; Mr. Belliveau's Office 3; Prom 
Committee 3. 




Richard Cardillo 

8 Mechanic Street 
Vocational 
We can all look forward to giv- 
ing Rick our business when he 
opens his own gas station. 





Brian Casey 

119 Westgate Road 
Business 
Sociology and law rated high 
with Brian, who plans to con- 
tinue his education after gradua- 
tion. 




Carol Carmody 

35 Arlington Road 
College 
Carm can always be heard say- 
ing, "Oh, be serious," while 
walking hand in hand with 
Eddie. Art rates high with her; 
she plans to take it up after grad- 
uation. 



Michael Casserly 

23 Chamberlain Terrace 
College 
Mike, most noted as saying "Get 
Out!" divides his spare time be- 
tween interests in music and 
sports. He plans on continuing 
his education in college. 




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Donna Castellano 

50 Rumford Avenue 
Business 





Gail Chamberlain 

76 Phillips Circle 
College 

Gail may be found fooling and 
teasing in Mr. Grant's study hall 
or talking to the girls in the li- 
brary. Her favorite food is Ital- 
ian. Gail's future plans are to be 
an X-ray technologist and even- 
tually get married. 
Senior Revue; Italian Club 2. 




Lynda Castellano 

12 Van Vechten Street 
College 
Cass will be remembered for her 
performance in Bosom Buddies. 
Her classmates will always thank 
her for the variety of help she 
has given us. 



Marsha Chamberlain 

209 Lexington Street 
College 
Marsha enjoys Italian food and 
sociology with Mr. Walker. Fu- 
ture plans are either going on to 
college or joining the service. 
She can be found with Lisa and 
Paula swimming or playing soft- 
ball. 

Volleyball 2; Softball 2; Archery 
2; Chemistry Club 3; F.T.A. 4; 
Senior Revue. 




Barbara Chaisson 

152 Myrtle Street 
Business 
Barb can be seen bombing down 
the halls with Bunkie and Chris 
between classes. After graduation 
she plans to attend Grahm Jun- 
ior College. During her spare 
time, Barb enjoys winter sports, 
especially skiing. 

Mr. Morang's Office 3. 4; Ski 
Club 4; German Club 3. 





Catherine Champion 

9 Dix Street 
College 
Cathie can be seen ringing at 
Star Market or skiing at Water- 
ville Valley. Good Luck at U. 
Mass., Cathie! 

Drama Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Germari Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 
2; Senior Revue. 




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Carol Ann Chaisson 

28 Bolton Street 
Business 
Carol's car is first down the 
driveway at 2:30 headed for her 
job at P. B. Mutrie. Her imme- 
diate plans are to advance in the 
data processing field. 



Chris Chapman 

139 Riverview Avenue 
Business 
Chris, who enjoyed Mr. Grant's 
class, can be seen waterskiing or 
eating pizza and steak with 
Reggi, Dee Dee, and Josie. Travel 
and marriage are lined up for the 
future. 




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Dennis Chiasson 

225 Charles Street 
College 
Dennis plans to go. to either 
Franklin or Wentworth Institute 
after high school and take up 
mechanical drafting. 




Janet Chapman 

10 Martyn Street 
College 
Janet is a history nut, who hopes 
to go to U. Mass. at Amherst 
after graduation, and major in 
U.S. History or political science. 
Her favorite subjects are English 
and Sociology, and her favorite 
teachers are Mr. Walker and Miss 
Cairnes. 

Drama Club 3, 4; Honor Society; 
Latin Club 2. 




Linda Chilingerian 

115 Kingston Road 
College 

"All the world's a stage" says 
Bunkie with a twinkle in her 
big brown eyes. She hopes that 
with a little luck that she will 
make it in the field of drama. 
Good luck on your way to 
STARDOM, Linda. 
Drama 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show; Drama Festival. 




Rebecca Chatto 

18 Beal Road 
College 





Richard Chiasson 

124 Marivista Avenue 
College 
Richard likes pizza and reading 
in his spare time. Math IV with 
Mr. Foley and U.S. History with 
Mr. Fleming were his favorites 
at W.H.S. He plans to major in 
English at Boston State next year. 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 
3,4. 







Doris Chin 

119 Rockridge Road 
Business 

This future airline hostess can be 
seen eating Chinese food with 
friends Sandra, Jeanette, and 
Anna. Traveling rates high with 
this happy senior. 
Language Lab 3; Mr. Levey's 
Office 3, 4; Science Office 4. 



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Keith Chipman 

120 Ravenswood Road 
College 
Chippa, a fine ball player on the 
court, will long remember the 
great times at W.H.S. He can be 
heard shouting "yes indeed" 
down the halls to Bill, Dave, and 
Mark. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 4; Drama Club 4. 



Mary Cincotta 

13 Ripley Street 
College 
Mary's fondest memories will al- 
ways be of Mrs. Biddle's English 
class and W.H.S. football games 
with Cheryl, Cynthia, Dianne 
and Lynne. After college, Mary 
plans to teach. 

Senior Revue; Italian Club; Pep 
Squad 3,4. 




Donna Lee Churakian 

36 Mallard Way 
College 
Donna has a great love for 
clothes and a passion for Chi- 
nese food. Her flare for design 
leads her to an interior deco- 
rating school after graduation. 
All her friends are wishing the 
best for her in the future. 

Drama Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Senior Revue. 





Michael Cincotta 

22 Robbins Street 
Business 
"Sinky" enjoys playing 
swimming, and 
with Gordy and 
spends his spare 
Sea Explorers. 



pool, 
playing cards 
Jim. He also 
time with the 



George Chute 

80 Ash Street 
Work-Study 





Paul Chiccolo 

157 Warren Street 
College 
This tall, dark, and handsome 
senior has but one life to live 
and that being the owner of a 
Camaro. College is in his future 
plans. Good luck, Paul. 
Basketball 2. 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 
4; Senior Revue; Talent Show. 




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Alfred Clarke 

211 College Farm Road 
College 
A.J. will always be remembered 
for his stellar performance in 
"Steamed Heat." He can always 
be found up the Inn with Larry, 
Louie, and Kurt. College is in 
his future plans. 
Hockey; Senior Revue; A.V. Staff. 



Robert Cline 

67 Lexington Street 
Work-Study 




Bev Clarke 

71 South Street 
College 

'And in the end 

The love you take 

Is equal to 

The love you give." 

Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; Talent 

Show 3; Cheerleader 4; Ski Club 

2, 4; Mr. Morang's Office 4; 

Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 

2,3. 





Jacqueline Cobuzzi 

84 Bacon Street 

College 




Douglas Clasby 

53 Chester Lane 
College 
Doug claims that he liked the old 
high school better than the new 
school . . . only because it was 
closer to the Boy's Club for prac- 
tice. His future plans include col- 
lege. 
Swim Team 3, 4. 



Cynthia Collett 

18 Marivista Avenue 
General 
Cynthia will continue her hobby 
painting while employed as a 
keypunch operator. Cindy plans 
to keep in touch with her friends 
Barbara and Gail. 




Patricia Clasby 

174 Hammond Street 
College 





Diane Collette 

83 Taylor Street 
Business 
Nursing school and marriage are 
in the future for this senior. 

Housemaster's Office 3, 4; Nurse's 
Office 3, 4. 



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Donna Conners 

115 Hibiscus Avenue 
Business 
You'll find this senior either run- 
ning to classes or standing in the 
corridor with Jeanette and Nancy. 
After graduation, a trip to Cali- 
fornia is planned. 




Alice Collins 

91 Ellison Park 
College 

"Lissy," who came to W.H.S. 
from St. Mary's, is usually seen 
in the company of Jackie, Ritsy, 
Peggy and Rita. 
Homeroom Rep. 2. 



J. Michael Connoly 

26 Oak Street 

Vocational 

Basketball and swimming top 

Mike's list of activities. He plans 

a career in the service. 




Rita Collins 

91 Ellison Park 
College 





Jerri Lynn Connor 

186 Robbins Street 
College 
We'll always remember this skier, 
limping her way along the cor- 
ridors of good old Happy High. 

German Club 2, 3; Honor Soci- 
ety 3, 4, (Secretary); Softball 3, 
4 (Manager); Pep Squad 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Chorus 
4; Drama Club 3; M.Y.F. 4; 
Senior Revue. 




Paul Collis 

7 Dexter Street 
College 
Paul will be remembered by the 
members of 318 as "one of the 
guys." His favorite weekend 
companion was Veno. "Zippo," 
from G block, will never die in 
Paul's memory. Good Luck! 



Francis Connors 

780 Lexington Street 
College 




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Crys Conran 

60 Kingston Road 

College 

"It's always darkest before the 

dawn, and the days are only as 

long as you make them." 

Drama Club 3, 4- 



Richard Coraccio 

59 Oakley Lane 
College 




James Conzo 

73 Mayall Road 
Vocational 
Jim, who always enjoyed Eng- 
lish with Mr. Damian plans to 
join the Waltham Fire Depart- 
ment in the future. 





Stephen Corbett 

35 Summit Street 
Business 




Guido Coppola 

21 Hardy Street 
College 
Guido spends most of his after- 
noons practicing with the track 
team. He is concerned with the 
absence of school spirit with 
minor sports, such as track. 

Cross Country 4; Indoor Track 
3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4. 




Linda Corcoran 

20 Harland Road 
College 
"To be nobody but myself in a 
world which is doing its best 
night and day to make you into 
someone else is the battle most 
worth fighting." 

French Club 2, 3, 4; Russian 
Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.P. 4. 








Denise E. Cormier 

5 Chester Avenue 
College 
"Look not mournfully into the 
Past. It comes not back again. 
Wisely improve the Present. It 
is thine. Go forth to meet the 
shadowy Future, without fear, 
and with a manly heart." 

Honor Society 3, 4; Latin Club 
2, 3, 4 (President 3); Badminton 

2, 3; Volleyball 2. 3; Softball 2, 
3; French Club 2; Sr. M.Y.F. 2, 

3, 4 (President 4); Chorus 4; 
Biology Lab Assistant 2, 3; Guid- 
ance Dept. 4; Science Office 2, 3. 



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John Edward Cormier 

19 Banks Street 
Vocational 

It looks like the Navy for "Long 
John." 



Karen Coughlin 

33 Edwin Road 
College 
Karen can be seen eating Chinese 
food with Lydia, Trisha, and 
Debbie. English with Mr. Pro- 
hovich was a high point of her 
senior year. 




Paul Cormier 

9 Mount Ida Terrace 
College 
Paul, an enthusiastic fan of the 
Bruin's, loves eating Lena's roast 
beef subs. The lost cue is still 
alive! 

Favorite Class: History with Miss 
Cairnes. 





Jacqueline Lee Cousineau 

41 WilmotRoad 
College 
"Jacque," one of the sweetest 
girls at W.H.S., added spark to 
all her classes. She will fondly be 
remembered by her classmates 
after graduation. 

Jr. Achievement (Secy.) F.T.A. 3; 
Chorus (Social Chairwoman) ; 
Senior Revue; Drama Club; 
Drama Festival; Prom Commit- 
tee 3. 




Patricia Anne Cosgrove 

45 Caughey Street 
College 

"There are golden apples to be 

picked and green hills to climb 

and meadows to run when you're 

young." 

French Club 4; Senior Revue; 

Honor Society 3, 4. 



Denise Coutu 

110 Nagog Hill Road, Acton 
College 
"We know what we are, but not 
what we may be." 
Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; Ski Club 
2; Drama Club 4. 




Nial Cotter 

32 Shade Street 
College 
Jack can be seen with Rick in 
the school halls avoiding teach- 
ers. He will fondly be remem- 
bered by all, especially home- 
room 318. Best of luck, Jack. 





Judy Cripps 

50 Exchange Street 
College 



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Nancy Cripps 

50 Leonard Street 
College 

"Good grief" can be heard from 
Nance when any sick joke pops 
up at third lunch. Nancy will 
never forget her friends at W.H.S. 
Senior Revue; Homeroom Rep. 4. 





Leonard Crossman 

750 Lincoln Street 
Business 
Lenny plans to go into the serv- 
ice soon after graduation. From 
there he will try to go into law 
enforcement or natural resources. 
When not eating Chinese food 
with Judy, Lenny is either hunt- 
ing or fishing. His favorite 
teacher is Mr. Collins. 
Rifle Team 2; Ski Club 2, 3; Mr. 
Morang's Office 2, 3, 4. 




Janice Crockford 

14 Livingstone Lane 
College 
Jan loves to be where the action 
is whether it be at W.H.S. dances 
with Sherryl or cheering the 
Hawks to victory. She will be 
attending Framingham State in 
the fall. Best of Luck, Ian. 
Cheering 4; Senior Revue; Tal- 
ent Show 4; Italian Club 2; Ski 
Club 4. 



Robert Croteau 

64 Lakeview Terrace 
College 
Next to the 2:30 bell. Bob en- 
joys working on cars with his 
friends best. A career in com- 
puter technology is in his future 
plans. 




Bob Crook 

60 Francis Street 
College 
Bob, better known in Room 318 
as "Captain Marvel," was a track 
star for three years. He plans to 
go to Yankton College, South 
Dakota. Good luck, Bob! 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 2. 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 
3, 4; A.V. Staff 4. 





Mary Crowe 

84 Winthrop Street 
Business 
The class Mickey enjoyed the 
most at W.H.S. was English with 
Mrs. Shirley. Her pleasing per- 
sonality won her many friends 
while at school. She loves bowl- 
ing with Jerry. Her future plans 
are for a secretarial career. 
Mr. Morang's Office 2, 3; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office 4 




Jqhn Crosby 

130 Florence Road 
College 
When John is not hanging 
around with Yarms and Steve, 
he can be found conspicuously 
observing the fairer sex! "Hope 
springs eternal." 

German Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 2, 3, 4; Language Lab 
Assistant 2, 3. 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment 2, 3; A.V. Staff 2. 



Steve Curry 

42 Hagar Lane 
Vocational 

After Steve takes his trip to 
Europe this summer, he plans to 
attend Control Data Institute. 
We wish Steve the best of luck. 




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Ellen Curtis 

163 River Street 
Business 
Next to sewing and going out on 
weekends, Ellen likes the 2:30 
bell the best. She leaves het Eng- 
lish books to Miss Holland and 
hopes she will get more use out 
of them. 




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Ann D'Addario 

101 Lake Street 
College 




Ann Cusano 

106 Prospect Street 
Business 
Lasagna, Chinese food, and Eddie 
rate high with this green-eyed 
doll. "Arnold" is usually seen 
around town with Chris, Lewie, 
and Matt. We wish you the best 
of luck. 

Homeroom Rep. 2, 3. 4; Blood- 
mobile 4; English Office 4; Mr. 
Morang's Office 3; Talent Show 
3; Senior Revue; Prom Commit- 
tee 3. 



Shirley Dagostino 

76 Jennings Road 
Business 
Though Shirley will undoubtedly 
make many new friends as a sec- 
retary, she will never forget 
Paula and Chris and their days 
at W.H.S. 
Science Dept. 3. 




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James Dennis Cusano 

30 Crafts Street 
College 
Jimmy most enjoyed drama with 
Mrs. Bowman. His friends Ann, 
Forrest, and Diane hope to see 
him either on Broadway or as an 
English teacher someday. 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; National 
Thespian Society; Italian Club 2; 
German Club 4; Hovey Players 4. 





Marilyn Dahlin 

55 Woodland Road 
College 
Marilyn, probably one of the 
quietest seniors at Waltham 
High, enjoyed Miss Bowen's 
math class. "What was that rea- 
son again, Marilyn?" Her closest 
friends were Joyce, Margie and 
Carolyn. 

German Club 4. 




Jim Cuthbertson 

63 Riverview Avenue 
College 

Jim is interested in the rugged 
outdoor life, as evidenced by the 
fact that he has planned a cross- 
country camping trip in the near 
future. He is also involved in 
intellectual pursuits, especially 
Mr. Walker's sociology class. 



Jo-Ann D'Antonio 

31 Brown Street 
"Jo" is usually seen in Mr. 
Collins' study talking with Ann 
or causing trouble with Denise 
and Skippy. Future plans include 
college and a career in teaching 
or social work. 

Science Office 4; Drama Club 4; 
Basketball 2; Archery 3; Senior 
Revue. 




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George Davidson 

169V2 Adams Street 
Technical 
George's plans: Data Processing 
School. 





Glen Davis 

86 Ash Street 
Vocational 

"Muff" is noted for his talent on 
the guitar. His musical talent 
will help him gain popularity at 
college. 



Thomas Darnell 

49 Marion Road 
Vocational 
Barney was popular with his 
classmates as well as with Mr. 
Kalishman. The good times with 
Rick and Paul will always be re- 
membered. 




Robert Delesky 

75 Rockridge Road 
Vocational 

Robert found math to be his 
chief academic interest during 
his years at the Voc. He intends 
to pursue a career in the Navy 
after graduation. 





Donna Davidson 

169 Adams Street 
Business 




John Dellacamera 

5 Reyem Street 
College 
John lists sports, politics and 
music as his extra activities. He 
likes all foods including Chinese. 
He hopes to have a career in the 
media. 



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John Delorey 

23 Brown Street 
Vocational 
Skiing, hockey, and horseback 
riding are "Carrot Top's" favor- 
ites. He hopes to continue his 
schooling in electronics after 
graduation. 



Bernard Demeo 

37 Summit Street 
College 
When not at one of the neigh- 
borhood card games with friends 
Kurt and Philip, Benny can usu- 
ally be found on the ice making 
one of his fantastic saves. His fu- 
ture plans include college. 
Senior Revue. 





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Marilou Delorey 

136 Berkley Street 
College 
No party is complete without 
"Lou." "The Whale" is usually 
seen floating through Brighams 
with Adrienne, Donna, Pauline 
and June. Her future includes 
teaching. 

Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Student Council; Ski Club; 
Chorus; Prom Committee 3- 



John DeMarco 

51 Jennings Road 
College 

Elementary education and sports 
are John's main interests. He 
plans on attending Northeastern 
University after graduation. 

Basketball Manager 2. 





Paul DeMeo 

46 Derby Street 

Vocational 

Any form of Italian food is 

enough to please Paul, who uses 

his energy working on his car. 









Donna M. DeMelle 

194 College Farm Road 
Business 
This baritone, bright-eyed cheer- 
leader can be heard throughout 
the stands at W.H.S. games. She 
can be seen inventing dance rou- 
tines at Talent Show rehearsals. 
Donna frequents Brighams with 
Adrienne, Lou, Pauline, and 
June. 

Cheerleader 4; Yearbook 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Class Vice- 
President 3; Basketball 2, 3; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Chorus 2; Softball 2; Ski Club 
2; F.T.A. 2; English Office 3. 




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Caroline Denty 

456 Lincoln Street 
College 
Caroline will always remember 
Mr. Walker's sociology class with 
Benny. Her friends Shauna and 
Gale agree that the greatest days 
of her high school years were 
the ones spent on the trip to 
Bermuda. Good luck at West- 
field. 



Diane Desrosiers 

89 Indian Road 
College 

"Imagination is to see a world 
in a grain of sand, 
And a heaven in a wild flower." 
Drama Club. 



Talent Show 2, 3, 
Council Treasurer 
Revue. 



4; Student 
4; Senior 




John DePass 

47 Ellison Park 
College 
"Smile" says Jack as he floats 
down the corridor "thinking 
snow." When not skiing, he can 
be found at Tessie's Coffee 
House with the group. He'll be 
long remembered for his great 
job as president and his dedica- 
tion to the Ski Club. 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 
Vice-President 4). 





Joanne D'Eugenio 

30 Greer Street 
College 
Joanne was a quiet student with 
just a few, close friends. Her 
future plans are to become a pro- 
fessional model, and open her 
own fashion designing boutique. 




Judy DeProfio 

13 Montclair Avenue 
Business 

"Creep" loves french fries, 
beaches and the sun. Between 
classes she can usually be found 
with her boyfriend John. Judy 
plans to enter the business world 
after graduation. 



Carol Devane 

72 Chester Lane 

Business 

Carol enjoys leisurely mornings, 

especially those in which she can 

find the girl's room open. 




Roger DesPres 

15 Dexter Street 
Vocational 

Roger would like to just have 
fun before he spends some time 
in the service. 





Mark Devane 

106 Plympton Street 
College 
Mark, an avid golfer, will always 
be remembered for his friendly 
manner. He plans to attend 
Wentworth next year and every- 
one knows he will be successful. 



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Cheryl Anne Dion 

126 Bright Street 
College 
This blue-eyed senior enjoys 
meatball subs and hanging 
around Brighams with Diane, 
Cynthia, and Lynne. Cheryl 
plans -to be an X-ray technician. 
Good Luck Cher! 
Pep Squad 3. 4; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee; Talent Show 3; Senior 
Revue. 










Charlie Devlin 

219 Lowell Street 
Work-Study 

Charlie likes Math with Mr. 
Dollard and the work study pro- 
gram. His future plans include 
getting married and becoming a 
police officer. 



Timothy Dana DiPace 

120 Kingston Road 
College 

If there be any kindness I can 
show, or any good thing I can 
do, let me do it now. Let me 
not defer it or neglect it, for I 
shall not pass this way again. 
Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club 4; Interact 2, 3; Art Club 
3, 4; Senior Revue; Talent Show. 




Deborah A. Devoe 

155 Marguerite Avenue 
College 
Happy-go-lucky Debbie, our en- 
thusiastic majorette, will always 
have beautiful memories of the 
kids and activities at W.H.S. 
She hopes to go into clerical 
work in the future. 

Senior Revue; Mirror Staff 4; 
Majorette 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3,4. 





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shouts 

hearty 



Paul Doe 

40 Barbara Road 

College 
good-naturedly counters 

of "Doe-Boy" with a 
"Not bad, and yourself?" 




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Paul DiGregory 

770 Lincoln Street 
Vocational 

Fixing "odds and ends" is Paul's 
favorite hobby. He can be seen 
at Waltham High's dances doing 
his thing. 



Dennis B. Doherty 

31 Mallard Way 
College 

Economics classes with Mr. Flem- 
ing were Dennis' favorite at 
W.H.S. After school, when not 
practicing football, he can be 
found at Sal's having a sub with 
Wally, Harry, Brow, and "The 
Kid." 

Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Skiing 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4. 



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Eileen Mary Doherty 

255 Dale Street 
Business 
A quick laugh is always a sign 
that Eileen is around. Her hap- 
piest memories are of dungarees 
and red shoes in the Senior 
Revue. Her bubbling personality 
will lead to more good times in 
her future career as a secretary. 
Senior Revue. 



Bryan Donovan 

24 Keach Street 
Vocational 
"Dunny" plans to join the car- 
penter's union after further edu- 
cation in this field. 




Nancy Doherty 

148 Alder Street 
Business 
We all hope that before Nancy 
marries, Bobby, Elaine and 
Mickey will teach her how to 
make Italian food. 





Donna Doucet 

196 Brown Street 
Business 
Current Communications with 
Mr. Steinberg was Donna's fa- 
vorite class. Nursing school is in- 
cluded in her future plans. 




Daniel Dollard 

14 Buxton Lane 
College 

The daily sports reports add to 
Danny's enjoyment of homeroom 
period. 




Mike Doucet 

69 Circle Drive 
College 

Mike enjoys W.H.S. dances and 
will never forget weekend ski 
trips with Rick and Vac. His fu- 
ture plans include college and 
the service. 
Ski Club. 





Bruce Doucette 

47 Princeton Avenue 
Business 
Who will ever forget Bruce, our 
fun loving basketball manager? 
We all want to wish him the 
best of luck in the future and 
ask him to please be careful at 
dances. 



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Elizabeth Dube 

79 Bodoin Avenue 
Business 
Betty, WHS's own Little Red- 
Haired Girl says "Senior year 
was the greatest." She is looking 
forward to becoming a book- 
keeper. 



Kathryn A. Dunbar 

68 Marianne Road 
College 

Popular and vivacious Kathy can 
most often be seen supporting 
the Hawks at the games or bop- 
pin' to Brighams with Sue, Chi- 
Chi, Lou and Marianne. Teach- 
ing is in her future. 
Basketball 2, 3; Senior Revue; 
Yearbook Rep. 2, 3. 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 




Arthur DuBois 

19 Shirley Road 
College 

Arthur wills his hockey stick to 
the juniors at W.H.S. hoping they 
will have a better season than 
the class of 1970 did. Good luck 
to this senior whose future am- 
bition includes making lots of 
money. 

Football 1. 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4; Baseball 1, 2; Senior Revue. 




Don Dunlop 

22 Summer Avenue 
College 
Don can always be found spend- 
ing his time and money at Tony's 
Spa. He hopes to attend B.U. 
next year but will always remem- 
ber the great times he had at 
Waltham High. 

Rifle Team. 




Charles Allan Duckworth 

8-3 Garden Circle 
College 

Although Charlie manages to 
move pretty fast on the track, 
he is never able to get to his 
classes on time. 

Cross Country 2, 3. 4; Indoor 
Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 
3. 4; Class Senator 2: Ad Hank 
Committee 3, 4; "W" Club 2, 3. 



John Dunn 

120 Summer Street 
College 
If Gunga's not devouring an- 
other chicken, he can be seen 
"smoking 'em" out of Brighams 
in his "Boss 302." Best of luck 
to a well-liked kid. 
Homeroom Rep.; Wrestling 
Team. 




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Richard Duddy 

335 Prospect Hill Road 
College 

Rich's favorite foods are steak and 
spare ribs. His future plans are 
to go to college and eventually 
become a civil engineer. Rich 
likes to dance and can be found 
at most of the high school 
dances. 
Senior Revue; Talent Show 4. 





Lois Dunne 

8 Centre Street 
Business 



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Kevin Eagan 

17 Copeland Street 
College 
Friendly Eos, when not with 
Muce, Gunga or Chuck can usu- 
ally be seen at all W.H.S. games. 
We wish a world of luck to this 
"personality plus" senior. 
Senior Revue; Ski Club 3, 4- 





Edward El-far 

183 Weston Street 
Vocational 
A pool shark around Waltham, 
Eddy would like to enter the 
service and study nuclear elec- 
tronics. 




Michael Egan 

81 Winthrop Street 
Work-Study 



Sandra Emberley 

17 Mokema Avenue 
Business 
All the kids who know Sandy 
will agree that good things come 
in small packages. Sandy plans 
to further her education and be- 
come a legal secretary. Chinese 
food is Sandy's favorite dish. She 
can usually be found with her 
friends Judy and Karen. 




Bill Ehwa 

15 Lexington Terrace 
College 

"Head" divides his time between 
Jay & Jay's, the Boy's Club tram- 
poline, and driving around with 
Paul and Rick. His favorite food 
is anything edible. 
History Club. 





Linda M. Emmetts 

36 Hollace Street 
College 
This active cheerleader is usually 
found singing "Tonight, To- 
night," after football games or 
swimming at Good Harbor in 
mid-winter. Brighams and Chi- 
nese food are among her favor- 
ites. 

Cheerleading 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 
2, 4; Drama Festival 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Drama Club 2. 3, 
4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
2. 3, 4; Senior Revue; Spanish 
Club 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Latin 
Club 2; Pep Squad 2. 




Gail Marion Fredrickia Elander 

27 Galen Street 
College 

Gail will never forget Mr. Nel- 
son's F block Physics class. She 
plans to go to college to become 
a Medical technologist. 
Latin Club 2; Basketball 2; Girl 
Scouts 2, 3, 4; Rainbow 2. 3, 4. 



Kathleen M. English 

784 Beaver Street 
General 
Marriage is intended for Kathy 
who was, is, and will be an op- 
erator for the New England Tele- 
phone Company. She enjoys eat- 
ing Italian and Chinese food with 
Harry. 




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Martha Mary Erickson 

89 Columbus Avenue 
College 

"George" has broken in the 
family car more than once, as 
the dents well show. For grad- 
uation we will give her a private, 
straight road, some baked la- 
sagna, and a hypodermic needle 
for her nursing career in the fu- 
ture. 

C.Y.O. 2, 3. 4; Senior Revue; 
Drama 4; Ski Club 4. 





Rennie Famosi 

651 Trapelo Road 
College 

Rennie spends all his weekends 
thumbing up to the mountains 
to see Denise. You can usually 
catch him saying "practice." 
Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain); 
Football 2. 




Carol Fabrizio 

10 Winsom Avenue 
Business 

We will always remember Carol's 
warm smile, which she wears for 
every occasion. She will never 
forget the happy times at the 
Chateau with Trisha, Lynda, and 
Sue. 

Ski Club; Drama Club; Year- 
book Staff 4; Senior Revue; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4; Prom Committee 
3,4. 



Lisa Marie Faranda 

60 Lawrence Street 
Business 
"Sid," a future secretary, can be 
found with Paula, Marsha, Kathy, 
Denise and a trusty pack of life- 
savers. 







Jack Fahey 

201 South Street 
College 
Likable Jack will always remem- 
ber the fantastic times at Brig- 
hams with Dave, George, Doc 
and Chuck. When not in Mr. 
Dorsey's Homeroom, he can usu- 
ally be seen at the football or 
hockey games or eating Italian 
food. A career as an English 
teacher is in the future. 
French Club 2, 3: Chemistry 
Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 






Leslie Farragher 

42 Warwick Avenue 
College 
Leslie, alias Lester, plans on do- 
ing research in Aeronautical En- 
gineering and Medicine. Her 
hobbies include sewing, flying, 
daydreaming, playing the guitar, 
and reading. 

Tennis: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Drama Club 2. 3; Chemistry 
Club 4; Chorus 2, 3; Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4. 




Susan J. Falzone 

42 Livermore Road 
College 
Brigham's chocolate-chip ice- 
cream rates high with this at- 
tractive senior. Her "cheery" 
smile and warm personality won 
many friends at W.H.S. Harriet's 
"Hawk Power' will long be re- 
membered. 

Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Teen Canteen 4: Homeroom 
Rep. 2; Yearbook Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Student Gov. Rep. 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Senior Revue; House- 
masters Office 4; French Club 2; 
Chorus 2, 3. 



Thomas Farrell, Jr. 

18 Reyem Street 
College 

Tom, whose favorite pastime is 
candlepin bowling, plans to go 
to a business college. 




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David Feeley 

42 Cedar Street 
College 
"Murmur," a member of the 
Honeywell All Stars, will al- 
ways be remembered by his bas- 
ketball coach for his outstanding 
abilities. Saturday night dances 
with Archie, Jimmy, Mark, and 
Butchie are the high spot of the 
weekend. Best of luck in all you 
attempt, Dave. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show. 






Joanne Ferrera 

145 Willow Street 
College 
Joanne likes English with Mr. 
Steinburg and going to parties 
with Doreen, Donna, and 
Carolyn. 

Mr. Morang's Office 3. 4. 



Kathleen Faucher 

1141 Trapelo Road 
College 




Jean Ferro 

24 Forest Street 

General 

"I LOVE Waltham High School." 








Robert Faulkner 

92 Stow Street 
College 
Blue-eyed Bob will always be re- 
membered at W.H.S. for his per- 
formance on the football field. 
His athletic ability assures him 
success as an elementary physical 
education teacher. 




Bill Ferry 

35 Kingston Road 
College 

Billy, one of our football co-cap- 
tains, is respected by all his class- 
mates. He can be most often be 
seen up Brigham's with Billy, 
George and Gary. A college edu- 
cation is in this senior's future. 
Football 2. 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3. 



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Stephen Finamore 

28 Hibiscus Avenue 
College 
"Relax" says Fin as he 
drives with John, Bob, and 
Math, hockey, and golf rate high 
with Steve. As President of his 
class and hockey co-captain, Steve 
was a great leader and is sure to 
do well in the future. 
Hockey 2. 3, 4 (Co-Capt.); Sen- 
ior Class President; "W" Club 3; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Chair- 
man 3. 



Eileen Foley 

27 Crestview Road 
Business 
Eileen can be seen walking down 
the corridor with Ann and Jane 
or in the ladies' room with Judy, 
Janet, and Janice. 




Marilyn Fine 

104 Ravenswood Road 
College 
"This is the daylight. 
Turn and face me face to face. 
Because we are ourselves. . . . 
I still believe in love." 

Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Homeroom Rep. 4; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Teen Canteen 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4: Archery 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Office Work 4; Year- 
book 4. 





Linda Foley 

269 Dale Street 
College 

Biology with Miss Franklin rates 
high with this senior. Linda will 
always be remembered by her 
friends for having a cheerful 
spirit. We all agree that Linda 
will make a great nurse. Good 
luck to a friendly senior! 

F.N. A. 2. 3. 4; Ski Club 4; 
Drama Club 4; Senior Revue. 



Carol Flanagan 

16 Cedar Street 

College 

Clothing is tops with this senior. 

Nursing school is included in 

her future plans. 





Mark Flynn 

354 Beaver Street 
College 
"A quitter never wins and a win- 
ner never quits." 

Basketball 2. 3. 4 (Captain 4); 
"W" Club 2. 3; Drama Club 4; 
Ski Club 4; Senior Revue; Talent 
Show 4. 




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Patricia E. Foley 

209 Linden Street 
College 

Pretty, vivacious Patsy 
ways be remembered 
beautiful performances 
Senior Revue and in 
plays. Loads of luck to this active 
senior in her future theatrical ca- 
reer. 

Ski Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Senior Revue; Music Man 
3; Carousel 3; Chorus 2; French 
Club 3; Drama Club (Secretary 
4). 



Warren J. S. Freda 

756 South Street 
College 
This carefree, enthusiastic, per- 
sonable, courteous, kind, messed- 
up, confident, sloppy, technical, 
ambitious individual plans to go 
to East Coast Areo Tech after 
Guard duty. 

Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 (Manager 3, 
4); Newspaper Staff 4; A.V. Staff 
2, 3, 4; Mass Speech Finalist 3. 




Michele Fonseca 

85 Miriam Road 

College 

"What do we live for, if it is not 

to make life less difficult to 

others?" 

Tennis 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; FT A; 
Senior Revue. 





Rosemary Fucci 

195 South Street 
College 

Friendly and good-hearted Rosie 
will always be remembered for 
her good sense of humor. She 
can always be found at Brighams 
and W.H.S. dances with Denise, 
Bev, Maf, and Joyce. Rosie plans 
to become a teacher after college. 
Spanish Club 3; Talent Show 3; 
Ski Club 4; Senior Revue; F.T.A. 
4; Teen Council 4; Homeroom 
Rep. 4. 







Janice Forte 

40 Brightwood Road 
College 
Sociology with Mr. Walker rates 
high with this senior. Linda, 
Dotty, Martha, and Bev agree 
that Janice loves Chinese food 
and will always be remembered 
for her performance in "Hello 
Broadway." Best of luck in nurs- 
ing to this ever-smiling senior. 
Italian Club 2; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Archery 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Ad-hoc Committee 4. 



Dennis Fuller 

66 Lakeview Avenue 
Vocational 
"Mont" would like to enter the 
service after graduation and 
maybe continue work in auto 
body. 




Lucille Fournier 

61 Parkview Road 
College 
Nursing school is the ambition 
for this senior. 





Shauna Gallagher 

30 Harris Street 
College 
When she's not thinking about 
that unforgettable trip to Ber- 
muda, Shauna will be remember- 
ing the fun of practicing for the 
talent show with friends Carol, 
Sue, Cheryl and Caroline. With 
her happy personality she will 
undoubtedly be a success in the 
future as an airline hostess. 
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Stephen Gardner 

4 Mount Ida Terrace 
College 
"The favorite part of my schedule 
was the study with Mr. Collins. I 
have no plans after I get out; I'll 
just see what comes along." 




Wendy Gallagher 

449 Lexington Street 
College 
This attractive senior may be seen 
bombing through Brighams or at 
wild parties with Donna, Pauline, 
Adrienne, June, and Lou. Her 
favorites are waterskiing and 
fried clams. Attending North- 
eastern and marriage are included 
in her future plans. 
Italian Club 2; French Club 2; 
Drama Club 2; Pep Squad 2; 
Senior Revue; Talent Show 3, 4. 



Thomas F. Gardner 

38 Eddy Street 
Vocational 

If Tom can tear himself away 
from his guitar and "Johnny 
Winter" albums, he'll further his 
education. "Ban the Bomb but 
not the bomber." 




Kathy Gamble 

18 Crestview Road 
Business 
Kathy, better known as Felix, 
can be seen strolling down the 
hall to meet Mike or running to 
the girls room with Susan, Ann, 
Karen and the Stenos. Kathy's 
favorite food is Chinese food. 
She plans to become a registered 
nurse. 

Nurses Office 2, 3, 4. 





AI Garnache 

1164 Main Street 
College 
"I can't say I'm sorry; in fact, 
I'm most happy to leave. I think 
I'll go to Mass. Art next year, 
Uncle Sam permitting. Peace." 
Art Club 4; Chess Club 2; Track 
Team 2, 3- 




Elaine Gardner 

446 Forest Street 
Business 
After graduating from W.H.S., 
Elaine would like to become a 
secretary. Elaine feels that the 
excellent training she received 
from W.H.S. will help her make 
it in that field. Her favorites are 
Chinese food, lasagna, bowling, 
and tennis. 



Matthew Garrigan 

23 Dartmouth Street 
College 
The thing Matt enjoyed most at 
W.H.S. was the trip to Switzer- 
land. Mart's future plans include 
college. Best of luck. Matt. 
Senior Revue; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom Rep. 2. 




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Patrick Garrity 

40 Silver Hill Lane 
College 



Diana L. Gebhardt 

20 Friend Street 
College 

Diana is a lot of fun; she is will- 
ing to try anything at least once. 
She loves Italian food. We wish 
her the best of luck in her nursing 
career. 

Drama 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2; F.N. A. 2; 
Senior Revue, Senior Office 4; 
Junior Office 4. 




Arthur Gaudet 

32 Middle Street 
College 
Arthur will never forget the third 
floor dining room and the fourth 
floor sanctuary. "Pottery For 
Sale." 

Chess Club 2; Chemistry Club 2, 
3, 4; French Club 2; Language 
Lab. 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 3; 
Computer Club 3- 






Jane Gaudet 

84 Goldencrest Avenue 
College 

Jane is going into Civil Service 
as a junior clerk typist. She loves 
boys and animals. Jane says, "Life 
is dynamite and I want to live it 
as much as I can before I get too 
old to enjoy it." 

Chorus 4; Pep Squad. 



Steve Generoso 

92 Bright Street 
College 

The Dawnbreakers, one of the 
greatest bands Waltham has ever 
known, is extremely fortunate to 
have Steve as its lead singer. 

Homeroom Rep. 



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Kathleen Marie Gettings 

279 Dale Street 
College 

Kath came to the school from 
St. Mary's. She is noted for wear- 
ing her skirts short. Her future 
plans may bring her into the field 
of modeling. 

Basketball 2, 3; Glee Club 2; 
Sodality 2, 3. 




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Joseph D. Giardina 

1 1 Ledge Road 
College 
Joe enjoys the finer things in life 
— the Rolling Stones, bell bot- 
toms and pizzas at Regina's. 



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Lydia M. Giardina 

355 Bacon Street 
College 
Pretty, wide-eyed Lydia plans on 
an ambitious career after college. 
Her giggle, along with Debbie's, 
will rinc through the corridors of 
W.H.S. Best of luck, Lydia! 



Barbara Gladman 

1054 Trapelo Road 
Business 
Although not a participant, Bar- 
bara enjoys basketball. The 2:30 
bell on Friday and Business Ma- 
chine class rate high with this 
senior. 




Stephen Giardina 

146 Lakeview Avenue 
Vocational 
Besides blueprint reading Steve 
likes to work on his car. He 
hopes to further his education in 
drafting. 





Donna Marie Glawson 

830 Moody Street 
College 
This popular, wide-eyed senior 
can be seen riding through Brig- 
hams in the teawagon with Patty, 
Dianne and Linda. Artistic Donn's 
future includes modeling. 
Jr. Prom Committee; Talent Show 
2, 4; Housemaster' s Office 3; 
Senior Revue; Ski Club 4. 




Franny Gill 

16 Chester Lane 
Business 
Franny enjoyed English with Mr. 
Collins and being with Carol, 
Judy, Donna, Sylvia, Patty, Jo- 
anne. Future plans mclude work- 
ing for the phone company. 

Yearbook 4- 



Rob Gogan 

44 Gale Street 
General 
This smiling senior has many 
friends but he will always be 
seen walking with the girls. Yes, 
he has enjoyed his years at 
W.H.S. His future plans are with 
Uncle Sam. 
Senior Revue. 




James Girolamo 

72 Kingston Road 
College 
This bouncing, baby-faced senior, 
when not playing cops and rob- 
bers on the stage, can be seen 
scoring his two points per game 
for the Hawks. After graduation 
Jimmy plans to attend college. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Drama 2, 3, 4, 
(Pres. 4); Senior Revue; Talent 
Show 4; Chorale 4; Chorus 4; 
Teen Canteen; Homeroom Rep. 
4; Drama Festival 1, 4; "W" 
Club 4. 





Denise M. Goguen 

66 Bennett Street 
Business 

Denise could always be seen at 
lunch, her favorite class, with 
Irene, Diana and MaryLou. Her 
future plans include college. 



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Stanley Goldstein 

5 Arbor Lane 
College 
Stanley well remembers Senior 
Revue. Mrs. Bowman wishes he 
had done the same with his lines! 
Hopefully he'll be more success- 
ful remembering medicine in the 
future. 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Football 3; 
Senior Revue. 





Cynthia Green 

12 Hatherly Drive 
College 
"Wicked" shouts Cindy. She has 
a wonderful personality and a 
great sense of humor. She hopes 
to be a medical secretary. 

Spanish Club; French Club; 
Drama; Chorus; Senior Revue; 
Softball; Badminton; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 




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John Gorgone 

62 Bruce Road 
Vocational 

Jack's three years at the Voca- 
tional with Bob, Bill, and Ed will 
always be remembered. 



Henry Green III 

18 Hiawatha Avenue 
Business 




Nora Gould 

58 Rando Lane 
College 

"Carousels of life 
Happiness is here today 
And gone tomorrow." 

Drama club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3: Yearbook 4; Senior Revue. 






William Greenwood 

20 Warren Avenue 
General 




Betty Grant 

157 Trapelo Road 
Business 
Betty, a future beautician, enjoys 
her night courses at Robert and 
Richards. Thirteen studies a week 
is what Betty liked most about 
senior year. Future plans include 
marriage in October. "Good bye 
Mr. Steinberg!" 



Ann Grimes 

21 Hollace Street 
College 
"There is a destiny that makes us 
brothers 
None goes his way alone 
All that we send into the lives of 
others 
Comes back into our own." 

Pep Squad 3; Drama Club 3; 
F.T.A. 3. 4, (President 4); Honor 
Society 3, 4; Senior Revue. 




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Lynne Ellen Groth 

75 Beaver Street 
College 
"Let not the waves of the sea 
separate us now, and the years 
you have spent in our midst be- 
come a memory." 

History Club 2, 3, 4; Junior 
World Affairs 4; Homeroom Rep. 
3. 





Steven Hamilton 

262 Lowell Street 
General 




Irene Hache 

6 Mechanic Street 
Business 
"Peanut" can always be found in 
the nurse's office breaking ther- 
mometers. Her future plans are 
to be a secretary. 



Philip Hammond 

118 Virginia Road 
College 

This popular, handsome senior 
can often be found riding around 
in his bug with Bobby, Charlie, 
and Brian. Talented on the foot- 
ball field and the stage, this col- 
lege-bound senior is wished suc- 
cess in all his future endeavors. 
Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Drama Club; 
Chorus 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue; Teen Canteen; Drama 
Festival. 




Jessy Hagopian 

148 Adams Street 

"The school life at W.H.S. was 
enjoyable. I would like to give 
credit for all my achievements to 
all of my teachers, who did their 
best. I'd like to quote from the 
Avis ad, "We are not the first, 
but we try harder.' " 





Phil Harris 

59 Barbara Road 
College 
"Unreal! Even my mother couldn't 
live through that." 

Russian Club 2, 3, 4; Language 
Lab. Asst. 3, 4; German Club 2, 
3. 



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Brian Halloran 

30 Fuller Street 
College 
This jovial senior will always be 
remembered for his outstanding 
performance in the Senior Revue. 
On one of his surfing trips to 
Hampton in his vehicle, "Fred," 
Brian hopes to find the perfect 
wave. 
Talent Show; Senior Revue. 



Bruce Hart 

25 Douglas Road 
College 

"I'll never forget all the good 
and bad days I have had at 
W.H.S." 




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Debbie Hartman 

97 Myrtle Street 
Business 
This pretty, brown-eyed senior is 
known for her warm personality 
and friendly smile. We wish Deb- 
bie the best of luck and happi- 
ness in the years to come. 



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Carol Harvey 

109 Stow Street 
Business 
"Harve" found classes with Miss 
Tahaney and Keefe most enjoy- 
able. She is planning on working 
for the telephone company after 
further schooling. 






Dennis Hart 

131 Woerd Avenue 
Vocational 
Peanutbutter sandwiches and 
drafting were Denny's favorite 
pastime but it look's like mar- 
riage soon after graduation. Good 
Luck, Den! 




Lisa M. Harwich 

22 Potter Road 
College 
Our Honorary No. 1 "space 
cadette" loves going on space 
rides up to Brighams with Joan, 
Budgie, Linda, and Bev. Marsh- 
field bashes rate high with Lisa. 
Maybe someday soon we'll see 
her on the moon. 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
F.N. A. 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 








Judith Ellen Hartley 

28 Augustus Road 
College 

"The Camaro kid" wishes she was 
back in Switzerland skiing down 
the slopes and breathing the 
fresh air. Enjoy your trip back 
to the Swiss land! 
Drama Club 2, 3j Ski Club 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; Spanish Club 3, 4. 




Joseph Hauck 

62 Ash Street 
Vocational 
Joe plans further study of- draft- 
ing after he completes his courses 
at the Vocational. 



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Nancy Hayes 

92 High Street 
College 
"Dynamite" yells Nancy to 
friends Terry, Thelma. Luane 
and Bobby, as she runs to her 
favorite (Biology) class. Nancy 
plans to go into nursing. 
Drama Club 2; Italian Club 4; 
F.T.A. 2. 



Wayne Heiligmann 

49 Stow Street, Acton 

Vocational 

Wayne, a car enthusiast, hopes to 

travel across the country soon 

after graduation. 




Dianne Headley 

177 Barbara Road 
College 
Dianne has blazed the way to 
aany a Chinese restaurant. When 
.ings get bad, she is forever 
cheerful and smiling. 
Pep Squad 3; Drama Club 3; Ski 
Club 3; FT A 3, 4; Honor Society 
(Treasurer) 3, 4; After-school 
Sports 2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 4; 
Senior Revue. 





Gail Hendry 

227 Robbins Street 
College 
"Pick one goal in life and strive 
towards it — even if you never suc- 
ceed you'll be better for trying." 

Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4; F.T.A.: Complimentary 
Member of Waltham Women's 
Club; Chorus < Chairman of 
Ml AC 4); Folk Club 1 (pres.). 



John Heath 

43 Carlin Road 
Vocational 

John's experiences at the Voc 
should be valuable to him in his 
future study of architectural draft- 
ing. 





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1 1 Friend Street 
Business 










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Diane Herman 

148 Princeton Avenue 
College 

"I think Waltham High School 
and its teachers have helped me 
to change me from a shy mouse 
to a person who's not afraid to 
'SPEAK UP'." 
Youth Group (Secretary) . 



Christine Hines 

15 Albemarle Road 
College 

Chris enjoyed English class with 
Mrs. Haley. Her plans after grad- 
uation include secretarial school. 




Robert Hickey 

46 Shirley Road 
College 
The things Bob likes best about 
W.H.S. are the 2:30 bell and 
lunch. Eating and sports are on 
his list of favorites. He plans to 
enter the field of science after 
graduation. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Teen Canteen 4. 





Linda Higgins 

40 School Street 
General 

Linda will be going on to IBM 
school, still to be heard saying, 
"You better believe it!" 




Laura Hines 

103 Bright Street 
College 
"Be gentle with yourself. You are 
a child of the universe, no less 
than the trees and the stars. You 
have a right to be here and 
whether or not it is clear to you, 
no doubt the universe is unfold- 
ing as it should. . ." 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 2, 
3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Talent Show 3; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; S.M.R. 4; Teafol 
4; Yearbook Editor 4- 



Gail Hines 

1096-A Main Street 
Vocational 
Skippy can mostly be seen with 
Mary, Joan, and Lois eating 
Chinese food or living it up in 
Mr. O'Neill's class. She's going 
to try her best to become a Dis- 
tributive Education teacher in the 
future. 

Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter; Class 
President 4. 






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Kathleen Elizabeth Hill 

102 Hobbs Road 
College 
"If you have 2 animal crackers, 
one good and one bad, and you 
eat one and a striped zebra with 
streaks all over him eats the other, 
how many animal crackers would 
you have if somebody offers you 
five six seven and you say no no 
no. . . 

Honor Society 3, 4; Homeroom- 
Rep. 2, 3; Student Council (sec- 
retary) 4; Library Council 2, 3; 
Red Cross 4; Senior Revue; 
Senior Prom; Drama Club 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Senate-Faculty 
4. 





Carol L. Hoffses 

138 Brown Street 
College 
"The day will come when we 
export more beads than bullets. 
That day, we'll know all there is 
to know of love." 
F.T.A. 4. 



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Debbie Hosmer 

21 Fairmont Avenue 
Business 
English with Mr. Collins went 
well in Debbie's point of view. 
She enjoys Chinese food and 
bowling with Bob. College is 
planned after graduation. 

Mr. Morang's office 4; Homeroom- 
Rep. 4; Pep Squad 3. 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Business Dept. 4. 




Wendy Holmes 

78 Grant Street 
College 
"Running with the pack is not so 
easy as one might suppose. It 
takes a special kind of guts to 
listen to the same old noise day 
after day . . . even if the peace 
at night's rewarding. Going it 
alone has hazards too, but you 
meet a better breed of freaks." 



Stephen Houston 

2 Munster Terrace 

Vocational 

"Houpy" plans to attend college 

and strengthen his knowledge in 

drafting. 




Dale A. Hopwood 

31 Prospect Street Avenue 

College 

Dale graduates from W.H.S. with 
happy -memories of her history 
class with Mr. Fleming. After 
school she can be found at Piece 
O' Pizza with Gail, Sue, and 
Diane. "Peace to everyone." 

Nurses' Office 3, 4; From Com- 
mittee 3; Mr. Morang's Office 4; 
Senior Revue 




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Karen M. Hoyt 

17 Sioux Avenue 
Business 
"Where's Karen?" People who 
know her don't ask. They know 
that if she is not out eating 
Chinese food with her friends, 
she is with Jimmy. Karen, whose 
favorite class was Business law 
with Mrs. Staples, plans to go 
into the secretarial field after 
graduation. 








Lewis Horvitz 

237 Seminole Avenue 
College 
"The Socies will inherit the 
Earth!" 

Honor Society 3, 4, (president); 
French Club 4, (treasurer); Chem- 
istry Club 3, 4. 



Kenneth Hoyt 

17 Sioux Avenue 
Vocational 
Ken likes to satisfy his hunger by 
having a delicious sub along with 
Bruce, George, and Chris. This 
senior is striving for a career in 
retailing. 

Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 







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Joe Hughes 

99 Main Street 
College 

No matter how rough the going 
gets, Joe always has a smile on 
his face. He is one of the happiest 
and funniest seniors around. He 
plans to attend Mass. Bay after 
graduation. 



Linda Hurley 

109 Myrtle Street 
Business 
Linda enjoys eating spaghetti with 
Mel, Linda and Carol. She also 
enjoys English with Mr. R. Col- 
lins. Linda plans on getting mar- 
ried after graduation. 




Robert Hughes 

11 Brookfield Road 
College 
Bob, usually called "Huey" by his 
friends, enjoys being on the track 
team. He wants to be successful in 
the field of electricity. 
Track 3, 4; Senior Revue. 





Wayne F. Hutchings 

50 Somerset Road, Lexington 

Vocational 

"I'll never forget the great times 

I had at the Voc. with Don and 

Mike." 





Donald Hurley 

53 Robbins Street 
College 
Don has enjoyed his past three 
years while at Waltham High. 
Whether he was in school, with 
Susan, or with his friends George 
and Paul, he has had a lot of fun. 
Don's future plans include col- 
lege. 




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180 Ash Street 
Business 



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Larry Isaacson 

33 Willard Street 
College 
Larry can always be seen walking 
down the corridor with his imagi- 
nary friend "Angela." 
Senior Revue; Talent Show. 



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Bob Jackson 

87 Irving Street 
Business 

Bob will be leaving Brigham's 

and his friends "Munchkin," John 

and Steve to enter the service this 

fall. Good luck in the future, 

Bob. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 



Roseann Jarvie 

11 Tolman Street 
Business 




Janice Jahrling 

470 Lexington Street 
Business 

Janice, a real fun kid and future 
hairdresser will always be remem- 
bered by her friends Lauren, Di- 
ane and Lisa. In her spare time, 
Janice enjoys sewing and skidoo- 
ing. 

Senior Revue; Drama Club 3; 
Mirror staff 4. 





Diane Jimjimian 

24 Beaver Brook Road 
College 
The warm personality, that 
gained for Diane her friends 
Janice, Lucille, Nancy and Linda, 
will win her many more when 
she becomes an elementary 
teacher. Jim Jim, who cannot get 
enough lasagna and Chinese food, 
will remember all the great times 
at W.H.S. 
Senior Revue; Yearbook Staff 4. 




Gary James 

100 Willow Street 

College 

Gary, the pride of the Senior 

Revue, is as considerate as he is 

talented. 

Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 4. 



Ann Johnson 

85 Hillcrest Street 
General 
Ann can be seen bowling or 
waterskiing in her spare time. All 
will agree that hamburgers and 
French fries rate high with this 
senior. Ann hopes to be an 
L.P.N, someday. Good luck, Ann. 




Carole Janson 

227 South Street 
Business 

When Carole's not in Nashua 
with Bill, Marylee and Dave, she 
is in Boston with Jim, Al, and 
Cindy. 





Dave Johnson 

80 Oak Street 
College 
"I look forward to remembering 
Waltham High." 



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Karl Johnson 

87 Hibiscus Avenue 
Karl, one of WHS's car enthusi- 
asts, plans to go to Franklin Insti- 
tute in September and major in 
automotive technology. He then 
wants to join the service and get 
his Diesel mechanics license. He 
hopes that this will bring in the 
dough. 






Sandra Juliano 

14 Williams Street 

Business 

If it weren't for her teachers, 

Sandra wouldn't come to school. 

She will really miss them all. 



Rick Johnson 

61 Lafayette Street 
College 

Rick plans to attend college after 
graduation. His favorites include 
playing drums, and attending 
school sports events. Good luck 
in the future, Rick. 
Homeroom Rep. 4. 



Deborah Kaufman 

66 Exchange Street 
Business 

"Debba" enjoyed English with 
Mr. Prohovich and discussing the 
hockey games with Bonita, Ellie, 
and Hardy. Her future plans in- 
clude marriage. 











Bob Jones 

210 Ash Street 
College 

Jonesie can always be seen walk- 
ing out of the lunch line loaded 
with stolen goods. He plans to 
attend a teacher's college in the 
fall. 

Swim Team 2, 3, 4, (co-captain). 






Linda Juliano 

10 Williams Street 
Business 

Linda, better known as "Little 
Italy," flies down the halls after 
Diane and Jean, yelling "Wait for 
me!" Linda hopes to be a "Tall 
Italy" some day. We wish you 
luck! 

Prom Committee 3/ English 
Office 4; Red Cross Blood Mobile 
4; Senior Revue. 



Jane Keegan 

50 Livingstone Lane 
College 

Janie, who enjoyed Mrs. Czar- 
nowski's English class, plans a 
career as a Dental Hygienist. 
Yearbook Rep. 2, 3, 4; Art Club 
2. 



Linda Kavey 

26 Van Vetchen Street 
College 
Linda will never forget sociology 
with Mr. Walker. She enjoys go- 
ing to the basketball games with 
Eileen, Sandy and Dolores. Some- 
day Linda hopes to be a nurse 
and her unique talent for making 
people laugh will help her in this 
profession. 

Senior Revue; Talent Show 3; 
Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; F.N. A.; 
Mr. Morang's Office; Jr. Prom 
Committee. 




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Mark Keenan 

38 Brewster Road 

College 

Mr. Jacobs' POD class and hang- 
ing around Brigham's made up 
Mark's senior year. This impres- 
sionist of John Wayne and Ed 
Sullivan has the Navy in his 
future. 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 






Linda Keniston 

33 Lake Road 
Business 
During her stay at W.H.S., Linda 
favored English with Mr. Collins. 
She enjoys eating Chinese food 
and going bowling with Wayne. 
Marriage is intended after gradu- 
ation. 

Library 4; Business Dept. 4. 




Frank Keilty 

126 Pond Street 
Vocational 

Theory is Smelty's favorite sub- 
ject. Mavbe he'll be able to 
answer his own question, "What- 
ever happened to Sky King?" 



Brian Keough 

31 Ellison Park 
College 

"The trouble with me is, I belong 
to a vanishing race. I'm one of 
the intellectuals." 




Mary Kelley 

124 School Street 
College 

This attractive senior plans to 
attend nursing school after gradu- 
ation. Kathy will always remem- 
ber the great times she had with 
Patti, Debbie, Barbara, and 
Lynne. 

Drama Club 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 3. 





Mary Kerr 

17 Lincoln Terrace 
College 
"We wanderers ever seeking the 
lonelier way, begin no day where 
we have ended another day, and 
no sunrise finds us where sunset 
left us." 

Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girl Scouts 2, 3, 
4; Yearbook Editor 4; F.O.R.U.M. 
2, 3, 4. 




Christine Kelly 

121 Milton Street 
College 
Chris can always be seen rushing 
to the library "A" block for a 
pass. Future plans include going 
to college and majoring in special 
education. Good luck, Chris. 
F.N. A. 2, 3; Basketball 2. 



Deborah Kay Kilcullen 

55 Crescent Street 
College 
Debbie, who loves the summer 
and surfing, can usually be heard 
singing or talking to her many 
friends. She liked sociology with 
Mr. Walker best at W.H.S. Col- 
lege and teaching are her future 
plans. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3, 4; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; FT. A. 3; 
French Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 
3; Senator 2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 
3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; "This Week at W.H.S." 
Staff 2,3.4. 










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Lindsay Stearns Kilgore 

18 Chesterbrook Road 
College 
Stearns can be seen dribbling a 
basketball to Brigham's or eating 
a sub with Nancy, Michele, and 
Happy. Mr. Nelson will always 
be her favorite teacher. Good 
luck in the future, Lindsay. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Softball 2; Pep Squad 2, 3, 
4; Drama Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Revue; Talent Show 3; Home- 
room Rep. 4. 




Linda J. Kokidko 

152 Seminole Avenue 
College 









Janice LaCava 

29 Wadsworth Avenue 
College 




Paul LaCava 

101 Washington Avenue 
College 
Paul will be remembered as one 
of the quietest kids at W.H.S. 
Mr. Morang, Butchie and a few 
others will remember Paul as 
"himself." 









Robert D. King 

1 5 Wheelock Terrace 
College 
Bobby, our baseball player, got a 
big kick out of Mr. Prohovich's 
English class. When he's not with 
Gary, Bob, or Al, he's eating 
chicken or studying his Earth 
Science. 

Senior Revue; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2. 




George LaFond 

202 School Street 

Vocational 

"Bruno" would like to work in 

an auto body trade after finishing 

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Sandra Lahey 

154 Myrtle Street 
Business 

"All right, now," serves to 
describe Sandy's zest for living. 
She has used her apprenticeship 
at Waltham to advantage and 
anxiously anticipates her entrance 
into the business world. 



Diane Laroche 

5 Weir Road 
Business 

This active senior can be found 
riding by Brigham's with Jean. 
She hopes to become a secretary 
in the future, and we know she 
will succeed. 

Cheerleader 3, 4, (Captain 4); 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Teen Canteen 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 3; 
Honor Society 3, 4. 




Harriett Lally 

271 Prospect Hill Road 
College 

"In the depth of your hopes and 
desires lies your silent knowledge 
of the beyond; And like seeds 
dreaming beneath the snow your 
heart dreams of Spring. Trust the 
dreams, for in them is hidden the 
gates to eternity." 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 
3. 4; English Office 4. 





Bob LaRosa 

10 Foundry Avenue 
College 
Bob has enjoyed his years at 
Waltham High. His future plans 
include college. 
Senior Revue. 



Steven Lambert 

42 Derby Street 
Business 
Steve has enjoyed his years at 
W.H.S. He would like to further 
his education to possibly become 
a commercial pilot. 





Albert B. Lancto 

70 Lunda Street 
College 
Al, who enjoys running and 
looking at the scenery during 
first lunch, plans to major in 
biology at either William and 
Mary or Alfred. He feels that the 
minor sports should receive more 
attention at W.H.S. 
Cross Country 3, 4; Indoor Track 
2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 3; W Club 3; Newspaper 
Staff 4. 





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Ken Larson 

340 Florence Road 

Vocational 

Working on cars is Ken's main 

hobby; but it's East Coast Aero 

Tech next year. 



Denise LeBlanc 

81 Florence Road 
College 
"Bub" will never forget the good 
times at W.H.S. dances and at 
Brigham's with Rosie, Marie, and 
Dotty. In the future, Denise 
hopes to attend nursing school. 
Archery 2; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 4; Teen Canteen 3, 4; 
Mr. Morang's Office 4; Drama 
Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3; Senior 
Revue; Homeroom Rep. 4. 




Bob Lassman 

39 Farnsworth Street 
Business 

Bob plans to go to prep school or 
into the Air Force. 






Donald LeBlanc 

85 Orange Street 
College 
Don enjoys being with Estelle, 
Dave, Lance, Bob, and Rick. He 
also enjoys working on cars. He 
plans to get an associates degree 
in Computer Technology at Con- 
trol Data Institute. 








Nancy Lazaro 

36 Everett Street 
Business 
This blond, peppy cheerleader is 
known for asking obvious ques- 
tions and constantly laughing. She 
can be found roaming corridors 
or eating Chinese food with 
Elaine. 

Cheerleader 4; Class Secretary 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4. 



Donald LeBlanc 

152 Willow Street 
Business 





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Carolyn Leavitt 

105 Warwick Avenue 
College 

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3): Drama Club 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 4; Honor Society; Chorale 
2; Art Club 2, 3, 4, (Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, Secretary 4). 





Edna LeBlanc 

27 Centre Street 
College 
If you hear "I'll step on ya!" 
you'll know Ed's around. You'll 
find her with Lois, Duffls,- Bones, 
Roe, and Elaine eating or riding 
around. Her plans are to attend 
Mass. Bay to become a legal sec- 
retary. 

Senior Revue. 



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Linda Marie LeBlanc 

30 Carleton Road 
Business 
Linda leads a full life. She's either 
out with Bill, working, or sing- 
ing in the chorus. She really 
added a lot of spark to our years 
at W.H.S. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 2, 3, 4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Music Department 4. 




Harvey LeBlanc 

23 Robbins Street 
Work-Study 
Hockey, Math class with Mr. 
Dollard and Chinese food are 
tops with Harvey. He is most 
often found bowling at Riverside 
with his friends. 



Linda LeBlanc 

106 Cushing Street 
Business 

This cute senior can be seen with 
friends Debbie, Terry and Diane 
shopping or eating pizza at Sal's. 
A career as a secretary is included 
in her future plans. 
Ski Club 2. 




James LeBlanc 

14 Fiske Avenue 
Vocational 
Working on cars with Doug takes 
up most of Jim's spare time. 





Michael LeBlanc 

6 Bright Street 
Vocational 
Buying records, listening to 
WBCN, and the kids at Piece 
O'Pizza are Mike's favorites. He 
hopes to continue -his schooling 
at USC or UCLA. 




JoAnne LeBlanc 

243 Ash Street 
Vocational 
Eating Italian food with Paulette, 
Diane, and Florine will always 
be one of Jo-Jo's favorite pas- 
times. Her future holds an inter- 
est in hairdressing. 
Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 



Rheal LeBlanc 

172 Adams Street 
College 
"The Real One" wants to become 
a computer programmer by at- 
tending Control Data Institute. 
He enjoyed his French class with 
Mr. Karion. 




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Richard LeBlanc 

35 Tomlin Street 
College 
Rich enjoys being with friends 
Don and Dave. Future plans in- 
clude attending a technical school 
and becoming a computer main- 
tenance man. 
Ski Club; A.V. Staff. 



Carl J. Leeber 

23 Hersum Way 
College 
The new High School brought 
many technical jobs to this senior; 
the T.V. studio; A.V.; the science 
department; H.L.A.; and the 
auditorium. Social light was not 
lacking either. 




Theresa LeBlanc 

43 Spring Street 
College 

This vivacious senior can be seen 
bopping down the corridors with 
Helen, Gale, Teri and Dale. Best 
of luck to Dianne who plans 
marriage in "71." 




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Simonne Leger 

268 Seminole Avenue 
Business 

"I am a part of all that I have 

met." 

Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; 

Ski Club 3, 4; Senator 4; Student 

Faculty Council 4; Chorus 2. 



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Peter Lelievre 

145 Clark Street 
Vocational 
One of Waltham High's finest 
pitchers on the baseball team, 
Wally hopes to attend college 
after graduation. 
Baseball 2, 3, 4. 








James Lenza 

65 Kendall Park 
Vocational 
Jimmy's great personality and 
sense of humor should bring him 
much success in the future. 
Safety Committee; Fund Drive 
for Foreign School. 



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Forrest Leone 

67 Maple Street 

College 

"As leaves blow along the beach, 

And the starfish are washed upon 

the shore 
I wait 

Anticipating nothing." 
Italian Club 2; Drama Club 2, 
3; Chorus 2, 3: German Club 3; 
Homeroom Rep. 2. 3, 4; Wal- 
tham Overseas Stud~\ 2. 



Mary Livernoche 

193 Riverview Avenue 
Vocational 

In her spare time, Mary likes to 
design and sew her own clothes. 
She plans to continue in Distribu- 
tive Education. 

Walt ham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 




Dave LeShane 

79 Hobbs Road 
College 

"Today is the first day of the rest 
of your life." 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 
2. 3; Interact. ]unior Achieve- 
ment. National Honor Society. 




John T. Logan, Jr. 

109 Tavlor Street 
College 

Good-looking John is usually 
seen at his best at strange hours 
of the morning going from rink 
to rink in search of a hockey 
game. His favorite food is spa- 
ghetti, usually eaten in the com- 
pany of Paul, John, and Frank. 
Basketball 2; Baseball 3; Honor 
Society 3. 




Stephen A. Leydon 

58" Lexington Street 
College 
Steve has been very active in 
DeMolay. An inquisitiveness in 
electricity and electronics kept 
Steve working in the physics lab 
for Mr. Laird. "Give it the old 
college try." 

Talent Show 2. 3. 4; Band 2. 3, 
4: Stage Band 2; DeMolay Rifle 
Team 2. 3, 4; DeMolay Bowling 
Team 4: Senior Revue. 



Carol Marie Lombardi 

191 Waverley Oaks Road 
Business 

Carol is in the clerical course and 
hopes to do something interesting 
in the business world. She and 
Elaine hope they can work to- 
gether for awhile. Carol loves 
Italian food. Her favorite ques- 
tion is "Why?" (At least Kevin 
thinks so.) 

English Office 3. 4; Senior Revue: 
Talent Show 3. 




Gary Wallace Lindsay 

83 Rich Street 

Vocational 

Gary will always remember the 

good times he had at the Voc 

with Bryan and Tony. 



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George Lombardo 

138 Vernon Street 
College 
"Beware the Ides of March." 
Football 2. 3. 4: Baseball 2: Vice- 
President Senior Class: National 
Honor Society 'Vice-President 4): 
"W" Club 3. 4. 



Robert Long 

15 Totten Court 
Work-Study 





Anne Marie Lucas 

52 Carlin Road 
Business 
Anne can be seen sitting on the 
grass at Honeywell or hanging 
around Smith Street with Eileen, 
Jane, Katen, Carl, and John. 




Wayne Lord 

67 Hillcrest Road 
Vocational 
Working on his Dodge keeps 
Wayne busy most of the time. 
He would like to share a business 
with Muzi. 



Cindy Lucas 

128 Chaffee Avenue 

Business 

Cindy will never forget first 

lunch and all the laughs she had 

with Cathy and Carol. 




David E. Lovequist 

131 Plympton Street 
College 
David will be remembered at 
W.H.S. for his consistent attempts 
to create the perfect pun. In the 
future he would someday like to 
climb the Matterhorn, after be- 
coming a state police detective. 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 
3. 






Robert Lucas 

20 Laundale Avenue 
Business 
"I enjoyed Waltham High — ex- 
cept for the traffic. The best class 
was lunch." 



Loren Low 

46 Hagar Lane 
College 

Loren's friends Cappa, Kathi, and 
Susie tell us that her future plans 
are to get married to Mark and 
to live happily ever after. 



Don Lund 

21 Fuller Street 
College 

"Yeah right!" expresses the free 
life-style of Don who envisions 
a motorcycle odyssey to Cali- 
fornia. "The future . . . seems to 
me no unified dream but a mince 
pie, long in baking and never 
quite done." 





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Thomas Lunny 

114 Brown Street 
College 

Tom was pretty restless his first 
few years at W.H.S., but he finally 
settled down. He now looks for- 
ward to graduation and a two-year 
technical school. 





Norman C. MacLeod 

166 Ash Street 

College 

Weekends and nights you can find 
Norman working on his roadster, 
getting ready for the toots in the 
summer. His plans lie in the 
automotive field. 

Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; Talent 
Show 2; Senior Revue. 




Douglas MacDonald 

71 Leitha Drive 
Vocational 



Patrick MacKay 

163V^ Chestnut Street 
College 




Phyllis Anne MacDonald 

22 Grove Road 
Business 
Phyllis will always remember her 
friends and all the fun she had 
at W.H.S. She wishes luck to all 
the new sophomores. 
Talent Show; Senior Revue. 





Scott W. MacKenzie 

9 Carol Lane 
College 
Scott wishes to say thanks to all 
his friends and teachers for mak- 
ing these three years enjoyable. 
He'll never forget his science 
classes from which he greatly 
benefited. 
Ski Club; Physics Lab Assistant. 




Stephen Maclnnis 

142 Temple Road 
College 



Grace MacKusick 

43 Lakeview Terrace 
Business 
"Macky," a future secretary, can 
be seen sledding with Karen, 
Sherrie, and Paula. "I guess" can 
be heard from her when asked a 
question. 




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Laura T. Mahoney 

45 Pond Street, Apt. 11 
College 





Sue Ellen Malloy 

3 Outlook Road 
Distributive Ed. 



Linda MacKusick 

43 Lakeview Terrace 
Business 




Vincent Mallozzi 

11 Randall Street 
Business 

"Snake's" favorites are Chinese 
and American food along with 
pool. He enjoyed history most at 
W.H.S. . . . with Miss Cairnes. 
Future plans include Berkley 
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Craig Magner 

28 Arbor Lane 
College 
Craig enjoyed attending all the 
sports events at W.H.S. He'll 
never forget the good times in 
his math classes with Mr. Meader 
and Mr. O'Brien. Entering col- 
lege or the Coast Guard is 
Craig's future plan. 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4. 




Kenneth Manning 

28 Overlook Road 

Vocational 

"Girl Watching" takes up' most 

of Rocky's spare time, who would 

like to remain a "man of leisure." 



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John Mannino 

19 Newburgh Street 
College 
"Waltham is a mixture of groups 
— that's what makes life interest- 
ing." 



Richard Marcou 
40 Beaver Brook Road 
College 
"Munchkin Marcou" as Dickie is 
sometimes called by friends Bob, 
Burkie, and Bob can be seen 
freaking out at Brigham's. Future 
plans are indefinite for this popu- 
lar senior. 
Voot ball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. 



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Gail Manzelli 

40 Forest Street 
Business 




Tim Marchant 

49 Albemarle Road 
College 





Gary Marcolina 

41 Winter Street 
College 
Gary, while not neglecting aca- 
demic matters, excels in such 
areas as golf, hunting, and camp- 
ing. He has evidenced consider- 
able interest in English, which he 
may continue to study in college. 



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Gilbert Mariani 

47 Cedar Street 
College 
Gil, our "Black Beret Casanova," 
can be seen passing by Brigham's 
in the caddy. Gary and Richie 
will always vouch for Gil's fine 
football performance. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; 
Italian Club 3; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show. 



Paula Martin 

103 Milner Street 
Business 




John Marmonti 

25 Crafts Street 
Vocational 
Swimming at the Boy's Club was 
a favorite of Jack's through his 
high school years. It should 
come in handy when he joins the 
Marines. 





Theresa Martin 

193 Pine Hill Circle 
Business 
Sweet, smiling Terry can be seen 
walking the halls with Luane, 
Nancy and DeeDee. Terry plans 
to attend business school after 
graduation. 

Nurse's Office 3; Mr. Morang's 
Office 4. 




Elizabeth Martin 

26 Plant Road 
Vocational 
Betty enjoyed her best classes 
with Mr. O'Neil, but it should 
be quiet next year without a gum 
snapper. 
Walt ham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 



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272 Bacon Street 
Business 




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Marie Thelma Martin 

193 Pine Hill Circle 
Vocational 
Thelma was an active member of 
the D.E.C.A. Chapter contributing 
her artistic ability to making pos- 
ters for advertising. She plans to 
train for a hairdressing career 
after graduation. 

Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 





Thomas Marzano 

340 Forest Street 

Vocational 

Working on cars take up most of 

Muzi's time but he can always 

stop for a sub. 






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John R. Mason 

149 Winter Street 
College 

Advice from a future physicist: 
When all else fails, follow the 
instructions. 

Physics 3; DeMo/ay 3, 4; Chess 
2; Band 2, 3, 4- 



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Mary McAvoy 

2 Tolman Street 
Business 

"We might as well give up the 
fiction 
That we can argue any view. 
For, what in me is pure convic- 
tion 
Is simple prejudice in you." 

— Phyllis McGinley 



Marilyn McCarthy 

22D Dermody Road 
Vocational 

Marilyn plans a career in hair- 
dressing after graduation. She can 
be seen eating pizza with 
Maureen, Chris, Betty, Cindy, 
and Debbie. 
Walt ham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 




Martha Masterman 

365 Lincoln Street 
College 
"The bird fights its way out of 
the egg. The egg is the world. 
Who would be born must first 
destroy a world." 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Team 4; 
German Club 2, 3; Chemistry 
Club 3; Folk Song Club 2; Art 4; 
Photography Club 4. 





Robert McCarthy 

63 Plympton Street 
Business 
Carty and his friends "Mule," 
John, Bill • LaTool, and Harry 
are often seen tripping back and 
forth to New Hampshire on Sun- 
day afternoons. He plans to have 
a good time for himself before he 
joins the service. 

Football 2; Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




Robert Mazzone 

16 Caughey Street 
Vocational 
Bob will never forget the great 
times with Mr. Scimeni. He 
hopes to come back and share his 
knowledge with future classes. 



Barbara McDonough 

42 Brookfield Road 
College 
Barbara found English to be the 
most interesting of her classes. 
Her college curriculum will be 
directed toward a challenging vo- 
cation in the field of social 
service. 
Latin Club. 




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Margaret McGann 

96 Church Street 
College 



John McHugh 

20 Brigham Road 
College 
"The past is but the beginning 
of a beginning, and all that is 
and has been is but the twilight 
of the dawn." 

"J.S." will remember W.H.S. 
Band 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 3; Yearbook Editor 4. 




David McGuigan 

27 Claremont Street 
College 





Maureen McHugh 

25 Highland Street 
College 
"Moe," a front row girl in Senior 
Revue, gets much enjoyment from 
dancing. Friday nights at the 
Chateau with Jean, Gina, and 
Nancy are among the good times 
while at W.H.S. Good luck in 
nursing school! 

Chemistry Club 3; Spanish Club 
3. 




Cindy Carol McHugh 

52 Jacquline Road — Apt. 17 
Business 
Vivacious, smiling Cindy gradu- 
ates with fond memories of 
friends and teachers. She plans 
to someday travel as a stewardess, 
but first to monopolize a fashion 
retailing business in N.Y. with 
"someone special." She wishes 
everyone joyous success. 
Italian Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3; 
Art Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 
4; Senior Revue. 




Margery McLaughlin 

46 Fiske Avenue 
College 
Chi-Chi, a fun-loving senior, 
ceases to believe the horror shows 
at Brigham's with Kathy, Sue, and 
Marianne. Her vibrant school 
spirit especially helped No. 71, 
also known as "Fat Albert." 
Homeroom Rep. 2; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



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27 Berkley Street 
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Patricia McNamara 

1 5 Vernon Street 
College 
Pat has enjoyed W.H.S. and all 
her friends in the school. Her 
favorite classes have been English 
with Miss Murphy and history 
with Mr. Flemming. She intends 
to attend nursing school next 
year. 

Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club; Ski Club; Lab Assistant. 



John Mega 

55 Livingstone Lane 
College 




Terry McNeil 

106 Cushing Street 
Business 

Terry's favorite class was English 
with Mr. Steinberg. Her futute 
plans include marriage and a sec- 
retarial job. 





Jeanette Melanson 

79 Exchange Street 
Business 




Phyllis Medaglia 

180 Princeton Avenue 
General 



Ann Menard 

87 Ash Street 

Business 

Ann is a great person. Her dry 

sense of humor has won her 

many friends. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4. 




Janet Meehan 

12 Shirley Road 
College 
A student of the classics, Janet 
expresses herself with the prose 
of Homer, "To be both a speaker 
of words and a doer of deeds." 
Latin Club; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Lab Assistant 3, 4; Chorus 4; 
Senior Revue; Carousel 4. 





Lynellen Merritts 

110 Woerd Avenue 
College 
Quick-witted Lyn plans to work in 
a bank. Alchough her best subject 
was math her favorite teachers 
were Mr. Prohovich and Mr. 
Walker. Usually found at the 
"Island" with Wanda and Mike, 
Lyn will be remembered for her 
glassy yellowish eyes. 
Mr. Morang's Office 3- 



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Jeanne-Marthe Meserve 

109 Worcester Lane 
College 
"AMEN" 
Band 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Chorale 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club 2; History Club 2, 3, 
4, (Vice-President 4); Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4, 
(SPB Rep. 3, Section Sec. 4); 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Pieteens 2, 
3, 4 (Sec. 2, Vice-President 3). 





Donna Minissale 

104 Totten Pond Road 

Business 
'Skit with me, Gazbook." 




Virginia Milioto 

707 South Street 
College 
Ginny refutes those who would 
emphasize the future to the detri- 
ment of the present by saying: 
"The high school years are the 
best years of your life." 



Roy Mirabito 

20 Highland Street 
College 
Roy is an outgoing, humorous 
person. His antics keep his home- 
room in stitches every morning. 
He's always getting into mischief 
with his friends Vinnie, Kevan, 
Dave, and Steve. His friends 
think he should be one of the 
major candidates for "Best Liar 
of the Year." 

Baseball 2; Italian Club 4; Home- 
room Rep. 4. 




Steve Miller 

15 Outlook Road 
College 
"I hope to go to college and later 
enter oblivion." 

Physics Club; Chemistry Club; 
FORUN; Honor Society. 






Beverly Mobilia 

62 Edwin Road 
College 
This fun-loving senior, who's 
always ready for anything, can 
most often be found making the 
scene at Brigham's with Joan, 
Budgie, and Lisa. Bev's love for 
pickles will long be remembered 
by her friends at W.H.S. College 
and someday marriage await Bev. 
Italian Club 2; Drama Club 2; 
Senior Revue; Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Ski Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 




Linda Milton 

122 Warren Street 
College 
". . . But now old friends are 
acting strange: 
They shake their heads; they 

say I've changed. 
Well something's lost and 

something's gained 
In living every day." 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3 
(Coach); Chorus - Chorale - Girl's 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Choral Director 
4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Music in 
Action (Ml AC) 4. 



Allan J. Mogan 

7 Pearl Street 
Work-Study 
"Living is like working — all rea- 
son is against it, and all healthy 
instinct for it." 




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Shiela Mogan 

39 Dartmouth Street 
College 
Shiela, a horse fanatic, is an out- 
going senior who loves homeroom 
period, Tommy (The Who), and 
Rod McKuen. Her friendly and 
sincere nature will long be re- 
membered. 





Susanne Morreale 
1664 Trapelo Road 
College 
Sue, a future fashion designer, 
wishes to do something for man- 
kind because, as she puts it, "even 
if it's something small and it 
affects only one person, it is of 
benefit to me." 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3; Music Man 3; Social 
Chairman of Chorus; Senior Re- 
vue. 




Bill Monaco 

118 Berkley Street 
College 



John Mozie 

39 Common Street 

Vocational 

Moses would like to get married 

and settle down after some time 

in the service. 




Jean Monty 

263 River Street 
Business 
"Wow!" shouts this hazel-eyed 
young lady, especially when she 
thinks about Bob. Jean can be 
seen running down the halls with 
Linda and Diane. Marriage to 
Bob is her future plan. Good 
Luck, Jean! 

Mr. Morang's Office 3; Senior 
Revue; Red Cross Blood Mobile 
4. 





Alice Mroszczyk 

1805 Trapelo Road 

College 
Fugue Power! 

"How can we be sure of anything 
— the tide changes. . . The sea 
sends sailors crashing on the 
rocks, as easily as it guides them 
safely home." 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorale 1, 2, 3, 
4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Band 4; M.I.A.C. 4; Music Man 
3; Talent Show 3, 4; Northeast 
District 2, 3, 4- 




James Morgan 

21 Oakdale Avenue, Dedham 
Vocational 

After enjoying a nice juicy steak, 
Jim likes to spend some time 
with the many friends he has 
made at the Voc. 



Caroline Muir 

33 Bigelow Road 
College 
"There's gonna be a Revolution." 
— The Beatles 

German Club 2, 3; Pie teens 2, 3, 
4; Chemistry Club 2; History 
Club 3, 4; Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4. 




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Lenore Mullen 

141 Villa Street 
College 
"People fill my life; beautiful 
people fill my mind. Peace Amer- 
ica. Love, lmb. 

Debating Society 2, 3, 4, (Presi- 
dent 4); Yearbook Editor 4; 
History Club 2, 3, 4; Girl Scouts 
2, 3, 4. 





Gary Stephen Murphy 

54 Rockridge Road 
College 

Gary can usually be seen in the 
"Bomb" at Brigham's with Jack, 
George and Neil. Gary's hard- 
earned "eagles" will forever re- 
main a treasured memory. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. 



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Christine Mula 

678 Trapelo Road 
College 

Affectionately called "Brownie" 
by her classmates, Chris is one of 
the best-liked and friendliest per- 
sons in school. She can always be 
found in the thick of the revolu- 
tion in 362, held daily from 7:30 
to 8:00. 




Joan Murphy 

10-F Prospect Hill Lane 
Business 

Joan is to be married a year after 
graduation, and her fiancee and 
their life together occupy her 
thoughts. 
Main Office 3. 





Debbie Mullaney 

32 Pleasant Street 
College 

"Debsie," as she is called by 
Barty, can be seen eating French 
fries at Sal's with friends Marie, 
Linda and Shauna. Her future 
plans include teaching nursery 
school. Good luck! 




Kevan G. Murphy 

25 Hammond Street 
College 

Kevan was last seen at his hide- 
out in 362 with Roy, Sheila, Dave 
and Vinnie. Kevan and his gang 
were apprehended on the junior 
floor. He has been sentenced to 
four years hard labor at Alfred 
University. 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 
3, 4. 



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Rich can be seen with friends 


One of our star trackmen, Nave 


Steve and Carrot Top while eat- 


enjoyed English with everyone's 


ing roast beef subs. His future 


favorite — Miss Devane. 


includes college and pro-baseball. 


Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; Track 2, 3. 




Ronald Murphy 

87 Maple Street 
Business 
Ron devoted the majority of his 
time to the arduous and exciting 
task of stock-car racing. Mr. Col- 
lins' English class also provided 
a challenge. 




Doug Nickerson 

44 Marianne Road 
Business 

Peaceful Doug can be seen walk- 
ing around the beautiful halls of 
W.H.S. with the first two fingers 
of his right hand extended up- 
ward. 



Steven T. Murphy 

25 Hammond Street 
College 
Steve is a person with whom you 
can have a lot of fun. In the 
morning he can be found with 
Chris, Roy, Kevan, and Sheila. 
He is a popular member of the 
track team and believes they 
should have more recognition 
than they do. He can always be 
found with his girlfriend, Chris. 
Cross Country 2, 3. 4 (Captain 3, 
4); Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 2, 3, 4. 




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Linda Maritza Najarian 

161 Circle Drive 
College 

As a French interpreter, this 
lively senior will achieve her goal 
of travel. All our best wishes for 
happiness are extended to her. 
Senior Revue; French Club 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 



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Joanne Marie Nocella 

34 Willow Street 
College 
Jo can often be seen eating Chi- 
nese food with Jane, Donna, and 
Mickey. She enjoyed English with 
Mrs. Shirley. Future plans include 
college at Mass. Bay. 

Mr. ' Belliveau's Office 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 
3, 4; Italian Club 2, 3. 



Cliff Nuttings 

35 Wadsworth Avenue 
College 

Cliff likes skiing, surfing, drag 
racing, water skiing, working on 
cars, and eating Italian food. This 
busy senior plans to join the 
Air Force. 




Michael Noke 

75 Hillcrest Street 
Vocational 

Subs at the cafe were "Nokey's" 
favorite but he is looking towards 
a future in the service. 





Jan O'Brien 

14 Lyman Terrace 
College 

". . . We are the greatest city, 
the greatest nation: nothing like 
us ever was." 

Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 
4; Senior Revue. 




Thomas Nolte 

248 Ash Street 

Business 

Homeroom Rep. 2, 3- 



M. Marcella O'Brien 

113 Thornton Road 
College 

"I looked for my soul 
But my soul I could not see. 
I looked for my God, 
But my God eluded me. 
I looked for a friend, 
And then I found all three." 

Physics Club; Ski Club. 




Emily Norman 

1 1 Arlington Road 
College 

Time it was . . . 

And what a time it was 

It was . . . 

A time of innocence, 

A time of confidences. 

Long ago ... it must be 

I have a photograph 

Preserve your memories. 

They're all that's left you . . ." 
Drama 2. 3. 4; Music Man 3; 
Chorus 3; F.N. A 2; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 3 





Michael O'Brien 

2K3 Ash Street 
Vocational 

Motorcycle racing was Obie's 

main interest. His interest in 

traveling should be satisfied in 
the Marines. 



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Patrician O'Halloran 

80 Chester Lane 
Business 
"Wicked good" says Patsy about 
Chinese food. Mr. Steinbergh and 
English seemed to be her fa- 
vorites. 



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Patricia O'Brien 

29 Gorham Street 
College 
This senior*s favorites were Mrs. 
Shirley's English class and friends 
Donna, Linda, Norma, Diane and 
Sally. 



Steven L. Oliver 

107 Chestnut Street 
Work-Study 

Steve has been a long time fan of 
fine Italian food (he gets his share 
at the cafeteria). He plans a career 
in the restaurant or tavern busi- 
ness. 

Drama Club 2, 3; Homeroom 
Rep. 2, 3; A. V. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Library Staff 2, 3- 




Donald O'Connell 

26 Friend Street 
Vocational 
Okie's class with Mr. St. Martin 
will always rate high in his mem- 
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Helen N. Olivo 

44 Albert Street 
College 
Helen, a loyal fan of the hockey 
team, can be seen every Saturday 
in the stands of Boston Arena 
cheering for number "nine." She 
and her friends Patty, Kathy, Di- 
ane, and Jean especially enjoy 
the lounge third lunch and the 
2:30 bell. To this popular senior, 
whose talents added something 
extra to our Senior Revue, we 
wish success in all her future 
plans. 

Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Senior Revue; 
Homeroom Rep. 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 




Eileen O'Halloran 

80 Chester Lane 
Business 
Eileen, a future secretary, enjoyed 
Mrs. Kellerman's Chinese History 
class. She can be seen at Brig- 
ham's with her friends Sandy, 
Dolores and Linda having a 
strawberry coke. 

FT. A.; Mr. Morang's Office 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3. 4; Ski Club 2. 



Eric Olofson 

50 Wayne Avenue 
College 
Eric will always remember Eco- 
nomics with Mr. Sullivan and the 
fun he had with Don, Mike, 
Donny and Bill. He plans to be- 
come a veterinarian. 




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Anita Olsen 

9 Hawthorne Road 
College 
"And now abideth faith, hope, 
love. These three; but the great- 
est of these is love." 

Talent Show 3; Music Man 3; 
Chorale 4; Chorus 4; Senior Re- 
vue. 



Richard O'Neill 

36-C Lionel Avenue 
College 

Dickie plans to do a little bit of 
everything in the future. Burkie, 
Chuck and the gang wish him 
much success. 




Phillip Olson 

45 Kendall Park 
College 

Phil's favorite expression is, "The 
voltage is high, but it's very low 
amperage. Couldn't possibly hurt 
anyone . . . Could it?" 

Language Lab. 2, 3, 4; A.V. Staff 
2, 3; Student Council 2; German 
Club 2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4. 





Thomas O'Reilly 

119 College Farm Road 
Work-Study 

"What we anticipate seldom oc- 
curs; what we least expect gen- 
erally happens." 




Pauline O'Neill 

36-C Lionel Avenue 
Business 
Pauline always manages to find 
mischief wherever she is. This 
petite senior will always be re- 
membered for her parties and her 
fantastic imitations. Her plans in- 
clude nursing and marriage. 

Class President 2; Talent Show 3, 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Homeroom 
Rep. 4; Basketball 2, 3; Senior 
Revue. 





Brian Osganian 

137 Virginia Road 
College 
"Smoke 'em, Ozzie" is the cry 
shouted as the gang piles in 
Brian's bomber. When not at 
Brigham's, Brian can be found 
on jungle patrol with Muse, Ned- 
die, or Toole. College awaits this 
handsome senior in the fall. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3. 



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Kevin O'Toole 

55 Clark Lane 
College 
Kevin came to W.H.S. just a 
mere youth of 120 pounds, but 
blossomed into one of the best 
athletes of the school. You will 
best remember him for his heroic 
football playing that led the 
Hawks to their first losing season. 
Football 2, 4; Drama Club 2, 3. 



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Laurie Palmer 

25 Temple Road 
College 
"This is daylight. 
Turn and face me face-to-face. 
And then you'll see I'm only 

me. 
Were you expecting something 
more?" 



Edward Jay Patapanian 

209 Dory Street 
College 
Jay will never forget his econom- 
ics class with Mr. Fleming. He 
enjoys school lunches, subs and 
"flicks" with Mr. Rauch. Jay 
leaves his gym suit to Mr. 
Woronicz. Future plans include 
Business school. The best part of 
the day is the 2:30 bell, but the 
worst is getting blue slips! 




Richard Paolino 

274 Grove Street 
College 





Eileen Patten 

45 Brown Street 
College 

"No regrets, no tears, good-bye." 
Art Club 2, 3, 4; President Art 
Club 4; Mass. Art Saturday 
Classes; Russian Club 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2. 




"Wow! 



Freda Pappas 

26 Orange Street 

Business 
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can be heard by all of DeeDee's 
friends and teachers. Steak, Chi- 
nese food, and W.H.S. lunches 
are DeeDee's favorites. 



Robert Patterson 

15 Bacon Street 
Vocational 
The Air Force is Bob's ambition 
after graduation. 




John Passerello 

20 Dexter Street 
Business 





Elna C. Patuto 

133^ Trapelo Road 
College 
"Raven" wishes to thank Mr. 
Morang for three years of debates. 
This green-eyed senior plans on 
making photography her career. 



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Stephen Pearlman 

40 Graymore Road 
College 
Steve can most often be found in 
the chem lab mixing a dangerous 
concoction for Dr. Kubin. If he's 
not there, look for him in the 
physics lab annoying Mr. Nelson. 
Chemistry Club 2; Red Cross 
Youth 3, 4; Lab Assistant 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 





Richard Pelkey 

34 Crafts Street 
Work-Study 




Barbara Ann Peavy 

24 Chestnut Street 
College 
"To Mr. Sweeney I leave an all- 
girl class. Fortran class was un- 
believable. Lunch in C blot:k 
was always good." 



Marie Pelletier 

34 School Street 
College 
Marie can always be seen at Brig- 
ham's or Sal's with friends Debbi 
and Denise. A career as an airline 
stewardess is in Marie's future 
and we wish her the best of luck! 
Archery 2; Badminton 2; Senior 
Revue; Newspaper Staff 4; Red 
Cross Rep. 3; Library Staff 2. 







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Nancy Pedersen 

17 Melody Lane 
College 
If you ever see someone laughing 
for no particular reason it's prob- 
ably Nancy. Her favorite expres- 
sion is, "A minute without laugh- 
ter is a minute wasted." 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drama 3. 




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Patricia A. Pendergast 

15 Mayall Road 
College 
Patty will always be remembered 
for her fine additions to the Sen- 
ior Revue and Talent Show. Her 
charm and her all-around good 
looks will allow her to succeed in 
the field which she pursues. 

Drama Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Senior Revue; Ski Club 4; 
Italian Club 2; Homeroom Rep. 
2. 



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Wally Peirce 

400 Waverly Oak Road 
College 

Wally is a quiet kid until Satur- 
day nights, when he can be seen 
with James Brown and the gang. 
He plans to major in science at 
some college, probably in Colo- 
rado or Switzerland. 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 



Darlene Pereshluha 

83 Dale Street 
College 
"If the world's a vale of tears, 
smile till rainbows span it!" 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 2; Yearbook Rep. 4. 




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Janice Perkins 

32 Hagar Lane 
College 

To find this active senior, one 
should start looking in the Star 
or the Chateau. If she's not there, 
Jan might be found skiing at 
Killington or surfing at Horse- 
neck. The future holds U. Mass. 
and a career in foreign languages. 
Talent Show 2, 3; Senior Rerue; 
Chorus 2. 3; Basketball 2, 4; 
Volleyball 2; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Drama 
Club 2. 





Edward Pilicy 

11 Cunningham Circle 

Vocational 

An active member of the student 

body, Ed hopes to continue his 

study at college. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Teen Canteen 3, 
4; Class President 3; Safety Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Student Council 4. 




William Perley 

21 Barnes Street 
College 
Bill, one of Dr. Kubin's outstand- 
ing students, will major in Civil 
Engineering next year at North- 
eastern. He will never forget nor 
remember Saturday nights. 

Football 2. 



Raymond Pitts 

24 Lowell Street 
Vocational 

Ray's urge to travel brings him 
to a wide open beach where he 
tries to catch the perfect wave on 
his surfboard. "That's life." 




William Peterson 

5 Dermody Road 
Vocational 

Bill's love for fishing should be 
satisfied after a year in the ser- 
vice. 







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S. Mark Petricone 

11 Hemlock Terrace 
College 

Mark, the soccer fanatic, is always 
found playing soccer, practicing 
rinery or doing Latin homework. 
He will never forget Mrs. Cheng's 
Latin and Dr. Kubin's chemistry 
classes. 

Latin Club 3. 4; Chess Club 2; 
Rifle Team 4; Medical Explorer 
Post, Waltham Hospital 2, 3, 4. 



Robert Powderly 

69 Plympton Street 
Business 



William Poirier 

98 Milton Street 
College 

As Master of Ceremonies for this 
year's successful Senior Revue, 
this popular senior revealed to us 
all his numerous talents. Besides 
singing and dancing, hockey and 
golf top the list of his favorites. 
An active member of the Student 
Council, Bill plans to attend the 
Air Force Academy in the fall. 
We wish him luck. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4 
i Captain 4); Senior Revue; Class 
Vice-President 2; Student Council 
3. 4; Teen Canteen; Talent Show 
3, 4; "W" Club; Football 2; 
Homeroom Rep. 4; Drama Club 
4. 




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Francis Prinnier 

43-B Clematis Avenue 
College 

Becoming a disc jockey is in the 
future for Rusty. Maybe some- 
day he'll take Jerry, Bobby, and 
Mr. Yetten on a tour of his own 
station. 






George Proctor 

122 Riverview Ave. 
Vocational 

Although fried chicken 
George's favorite food it 
have to be fish when he enters 
the navy. 






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Nancy Power 

25 Morton Street 
Business 

If you ever plan on taking a trip 
by plane you may run into Nancy, 
who is planning to be an airline 
stewardess. Nancy's favorite food 
is lasagna. She loves to ice skate 
and play Softball. You can usually 
find her in the Deli with Patty, 
Jean, and Janny. 




Dennis Quinn 

1 Dexter Avenue 
Business 

Girls and whoppers rate high 
with Deek. While at W.H.S. he 
enjoyed English with Mr. Collins. 
Future plans include business 
school. 




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Ruth Pridham 

8 Fuller Street 
College 
Ruth, whose favorite class was 
storytime with Miss Cairnes, can 
frequently be seen missing the 
bus. That's okay because her mid- 
knee skirts will keep her warm. 
Latin Club 2; F.N.A. 2; Chemis- 
try Club 3; Italian Club 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 



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Pat Quirk 

126 Willow Street 
College 
Pat has to be the sweetest senior 
at W.H.S. One can see her walk- 
ing hand in hand with Mike. 
Ski Club 2; Library Assist. 3. 



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Jim Radosta 

247 Weston Street 
College 

College is in the future for this 
senior whose philosophy is: "He 
who laughs at everything is as 
big a fool as he who weeps at 
everything." 



Carolyn Ray 

302 Dale Street 
College 

Most assuredly, Carol's favorite 
pastime is writing letters. Her 
other favorites are Mr. Walker's 
iridescent shirts and Latin IV. 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); 
French Club 4; National Honor 
Society 4; B.Y.F. 2, 3, 4; Comple- 
mentary Member of Waltham 
Women's Club 4- 




Jim Rando 

60 Hobbs Brook Road 
College 

Jim never stands still. To use up 
energy, he travels, collects coins, 
swims and plays tennis. College 
is in his future. 

Ski Club 3, 4; Italian Club 2. 





Barbara Rayne 

14 Westbrook Circle 
College 
Barbara, whose most prized pos- 
session is her pet bug (VWj, 
spends all her spare time study- 
ing. And as we all know, she's 
had plenty of time during second 
and third lunches. 
Drama Club 3, 4. 



John Rando 

111 Hatherly Road 
College 

John plans to attend Boston Col- 
lege after serving six months in 
the Air Force Reserves. John is 
usually seen with his girlfriend 
Judy or bouncing a basketball. 

Basketball (Intramural), 2, 3, 4. 





Carl Ravesi 

764 Lexington Street 
College 
Carl is going to Bentley College 
and will major in Business Ad- 
ministration. 

















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Patricia Marie Regan 

63 Summit Street 
College 

Besides her love for jewelry, this 
popular senior enjoys English. 
Pat will always be remembered 
by her friends for her grace and 
stamina. She plans to attend col- 
lege after graduation and take up 
a liberal arts course. Thanks for 
the memories Pat, and best of 
luck in the years to come. 
Ski Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Homeroom 
Rep. 4; Senior Revue. 



Florine Richard 

3 Noonan Street 
Vocational 
Flo was active in swimming and 
bowling while attending the Vo- 
cational. She plans a future in 
hairdressing. 

Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 




H. M. Reidy 

5 Rangely Road 
College 
"And so you ask, "What about 
the innocent bystanders?' But we 
are in a time of revolution. If 
you are a bystander, you are not 
innocent." 
Yearbook Editor. 





Raymond Richard 

182 Robbins Street 
What are you laughing at?" 
'You are laughing at yourselves." 




Jane Marie Reino 

64 Wetherbee Road 
College 
"Aquarians love change, travel, 
and an abundance of variety" — a 
typical Aquarian, Jane will vaca- 
tion in England this summer and 
major in television broadcasting 
at Grahm Jr. College next year. 
Senior Revue. 



Thomas W. Rickman Jr. 

78 Ash Street 
College 
"I wish the 1970 class of W.H.S. 
wealth; I wish them health; I 
wish them gold in store, I wish 
them heaven after death, what 
can I wish them more." 







Dave Rhodes 

17 Galen Street 
College 

Dave is known for being one of 
the few married kids in school 



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Christina Rigoli 

55 Loretta Road 
Vocational 
Aside from putting up posters in 
her bedroom, Chris plans to be- 
come a keypunch operator. 
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Patricia E. Roach 

110 Main Street 
College • 
Energetic and vivacious Trish is 
in her glory when listening to 
"The Fogge" with Sue, or when 
she's eating one of Cass' delicious 
concoctions. She hopes to take up 
theatre arts in college. 

F.T.A. 3 J Ski Club 3, 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Talent 
Show 4; Senior Revue; Teen Can- 
teen 4. 




Flo Rigoli 

248 Seminole Avenue 
Business 

"The most decisive actions of our 
life are most often unconsidered 
actions." 



Barbara Robertson 

16 Vernon Street 
College 

Barbara enjoys writing letters to 
Steve. Her future plans are in the 
field of nursing. 




Martha Rigoli 

187 Vi Brown Street 
College 
"And since you are without end 
yourself, is it not within you that 
a boundless thought will be 
born?" 





Thomas M. Robertson 

24-3 Lowell Street 
College 
To Mr. Prohovich: I hope he re- 
ceives a life-time supply of Chi- 
nese proverbs and Butterrum Life 
Savers. 

In my three years here, I've got 
by on the motto, "Do not do 
today what can be done tomor- 
row." 

Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Debate 
Team 2, 3; Golf Team 3, 4; 
Basketball (Manager) 4. 




Elaine Rippen 

14 Cutler Street 
Business 

"This kid's gotta go," says Rip 
to friends Anne, Chris and 
Jeanette. Elaine is particularly 
partial to Chinese food and water- 
skiing. 



Jeannette Robichaud 
74 Bacon Street 
Business 
Jeannette's favorite activities in- 
clude swimming, skating, and 
skiing. We wish her much suc- 
cess in her future. 




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46 Oak Street 
Business 



Jane Roche 

3-A Prospect Hill Lane 
College 
Jane has a warm and friendly 
personality and feels that the kids 
at W.H.S. are the greatest. An 
active member of the Senior Re- 
vue, her future plans are to attend 
college where she will major in 
elementary education. 
Latin Club (Secretary) 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club (Secretary) 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Pep Squad 3; Senior Revue; 
TEAFL 4. 




William Robichaud 

108 Seminole Avenue 
General 





Linda Roche 

1117 Main Street 
College 

This brown-eyed senior can be 
found frequently at Brigham's 
with Joan, Lisa, and Chi-Chi. 
Linda's parties will always be 
remembered by her friends. 
Talent Show 2, 4; Senior Revue; 
Drama Club 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad; Yearbook Staff 4. 



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Christine Robinson 

211 Hammond Street 
Business 
Brown-eyed, blond-haired Chris 
can be seen at W.H.S. with her 
friends Ann, Lewie and Matt. 
This future model spends her 
weekends at modeling school and 
her leisure time with Kevin. We 
wish you the best of luck in the 
future. 

Main Office 2; Sophomore 
House 3; Junior House 2; Senior 
House 2, 3, 4; English Office 3, 
4; Science Office 3; Red Cross 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3; Senior Revue; Prom Commit- 
tee 3, 4. 




Donna Rochleau 

4 Chester Lane 
Business 
'If there were dreams to sell, 
What would you buy? 
Some cost a passing-bell; 
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Carolyn Rogers 

10 B Dermody Road 
Business 
"During my high school years I 
have had many great times, 
thanks to my friends. My favorite 
teachers were Mr. Prohovich, 
Mrs. Murphy and Miss Magrath. 
I know I will miss you all very 
much." 

Soccer; Softball; Basketball; Bad- 
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Richard Rogers 

58 Parmenter Road 

College 

Rick strides down the hall giving 

favorite teachers a "hi." Good 

luck. Rick! 



Joyce Rotchford 

28 Cheryl Lane 
College 
Bubbling Joyce can be seen with 
friends Rosie, Denise, Nancy, and 
Jane enthusiastically supporting 
our football and basketball teams. 
We wish this friendly senior the 
best. 

Ski Club 3. 4; Drama Club 2; 
G.A.P. 2; Talent Show 2, 3; 
Senior Revue; Volleyball 4. 




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Dana Rogge 

Hibiscus Avenue 
College 

Dana runs a very 7 neat taxi service 
for all the friends that go to and 
from school with him. He enjoys 
working on different apparatus in 
the gym. 

Basketball i Intramural) 2; Gym- 
nastics 3- 





Regina Rourke 

45 Albert Street 
College 
"Just for today I will look at the 
world with fresh eyes and dis- 
cover the wonder of it. I know I 
must give to the world so the 
world will give to me." 
Talent Show 2. 3; Senior Revue; 
Ski Club 4; Drama Club 3; Year- 
book Rep. 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 
2. 




Luane Rollo 
169 Grove Street 
Business 
Luane can always be found in 
Mrs. Fitz's office. "Bobby" is the 
main topic in Luane's life. You 
can be sure of that! Her friends 
are Bobby, Terry, and Elaine. 
Future plans include getting mar- 
ried and working in an office. 

Surse's Office 3. 4. 



Leonard Roy 

15 Caldwell Road 
Vocational 
Lenny will always remember Mr. 
Kap's class and "Kap's Theory" 
which might aid him in becom- 
ing a millionaire before he's 
thirtv. 




Chris Romano 

63 Gregory Street 
College 
Chris is my name and computers 
are my game. I plan to go into the 
Data Processing field, with or 
without a college education. 





Mary Jayne Roy 

22 Prentice Street 
College 
"Jayne, Jayne with her feet takes 
one step to cross the street." This 
giant of a girl has a personality 
to match her size. 
Talent Shou 3, 4; FT. A.: Senior 
Rei ue: Jr. Prom Attendant. 



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John Russell 

69 Golden Crest Avenue 
College 
"I have never met a motorcycle 
I didn't like. I want to find out 
what America is really like on 
my motorcycle." 





Paul Salamone 

19 Jacqueline Road 
Vocational 
Sal's experience in auto mechan- 
ics at the Vocational will help 
him start his own business after 
graduation. 




Mary Ryan 

55 Chester Lane 
College 
"Lou" will never forget her 
senior English class with Mrs. 
McClary. With her winning 8 
o'clock smile we know she'll go 
far. Future plans include college. 



Joseph Salvo 

77 Willow Street 
College 
"After thirteen miserable years, 
I hope to go to Bentlev four years 
and become a C.P.A." 
Basketball (Intramural) 2; Italian 
Club 3; Ski Club 4. 




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Gale Ryberg 

73 Bacon Street 
Business 
Gale, our lovely Junior prom 
queen, can be seen running to 
Mr. Fleming's history class. She 
will always remember the great 
times and schoolmates at W.H.S. 
Future plans include work. 
Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4. 





Rick Sanger 

43 Winthrop Street 
College 
When Rick isn't drumming, he is 
writing for the newspaper, eating 
peanut butter and jelly sand- 
wiches, or taking movies. He 
wishes to study photography after 
graduation. 
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Cynthia Saia 

428 Lincoln Street 
College 

Popular, green-eyed Cindy can 
most always be found cheering 
the Hawks or bombin' up to 
Brigham's with Lynne, Cheryl, 
and Diane. 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. 



Paula Santalucito 

34 Fiske Avenue 
Business 

Paula, who enjoys the 2:30 bell, 
can be found laughing and fool- 
ing in the halls with one of her 
many friends. Future plans in- 
clude hairdressing. Good luck! 

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Janice Santa Maria 

330 Lincoln Street 
Business 
Senior English with Mrs. Shirley 
rated high with Janice. She misses 
life at the old W.H.S. building. 
Janice is now looking forward to 
getting a good secretarial job. 





Marie Scafidi 

40 Dartmouth Street 
Business 
Everyone at W.H.S. will remem- 
ber this perky senior for her 
choreography in the Senior Revue 
and the Talent Show. To teach 
dancing is her future ambition. 





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Jeannette Savage 

215 Felton Street 
Business 
Jeannette, who can be seen in the 
cafe during lunch with Judie and 
Lois, plans to go into the field of 
accounting after graduation. 

Mr. Belliveau's Office 3, 4. 





Vincent Michael Scalia 

Crescent Street 
College 
Vince, one of our National Merit 
Scholars, expects to be shut down 
at Harvard, Yale and M.I.T. He 
plans to go to college next year. 




Carl Scafidi 

52 Willow Street 
College 
"Weasel" liked Mt. Holihan's 
power mechanics class and Miss 
Ward's journalism class. He en- 
joys working on cars and drag 
racing. He plans on going into 
automotive engineering. He still 
says "Chevies Rule." 



Vincent Scanio 

4 Bemis Avenue 
College 
Vincent, who plans on college to 
help him prepare to be a foreign 
language teacher, enjoys a good 
game of soccer. 
Italian Club. 




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Robert Lloyd Sche.ier 

119 Brewster Road 
College 
Bobbing up through manholes, 
crushing ants with the flick of a 
finger, the days go toward the 
ultimate chink of joy which is 
worthy of reality. 

Editor, "This Week at Waltham 
High" 4; Chemistry Club 3; 
Spanish Club 3. 




Frank Schultz 

34 Marlborough Road 

College 

'I should have gone to the 'Voc' 



George Segien 

37 Bank Street 
College 

Computers are George's future 
plans, but his life now is filled 
with swimming and baseball. 





Deborah Selby 

95 Marlborough Road 

General 

Deb, whose future plans include 

marriage, enjoys her favorite 

class, sewing with Miss McGrath. 




Elaine Shapiro 

19 Everett Street 
College 
Our Homecoming Queen, Elaine, 
keeps the school together with her 
great enthusiasm for all activities. 
Respected and well liked by all, 
she will be especially remembered 
for her voice and smile. 
Drama 2, 3, 4, (Vice-President 
4); Spanish Club 3; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; Yearbook Business 
Manager 4. 







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Kathleen Sharkey 

1 1 Wood Chester Road 
College 

"Fear is the lock and laughter the 
key to your heart." 
F.N.A. 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 



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Dominic Shaughnessy 

56 Bedford Street 
Business 



Michael Simmons 

109 Grove Street 
General 

Michael, is never in low spirits 
because Pat is always beside him. 
The National Guard awaits Mike 
after graduation. 




Maureen Shea 

187 Hammond Street 
College 

"The most useless day of all is 
that in which we have not 
laughed." 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
2, 3, 4; Drama Festival 2, 4; 
Latin Contention 2, 3; Senior 
Revue; "The Man Who Came to 
Dinner"; "The Music Man." 






David Sinclair 

12 Sunset Road 
College 
"Yeah, Right?", yells Dave as he 
drives into Brigham's with Neil, 
George and Gary. This ambitious 
senior hopes to attend college in 
the fall. Good luck Dave! 
Chemistry Club 3; Teen Com- 
munity Council 3, 4; Senior 
Revue. 



David Sherman 

6 Freemart Terrace 
Vocational 

Auto mechanics and Mr Kap 
rated high with Herm, who hopes 
to open his own auto body shop. 






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Joseph Silva 

241 Seminole Avenue 
Business 

Joe, whose future plans include a 
junior college, enjoys all Italian 
foods. Frank will agree that cars 
and girls rate high with Joe. 



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205 Brown Street 
College 



Marianne Stahl 

32 Waverly Oaks Road 
College 

Marianne can be found spacing 
out in her green bomber with all 
the guys at Brigham's. She'll 
never forget her fun times at the 
football games with Kathy, Sue, 
and Chi-Chi. This lovable senior's 
plans include nursing. 
Talent Show 2, 3; Ski Club 2; 
Mr. Morang's Office 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 




Lois Smith 

113 Longfellow Road 
Business 

Lunch I, Law, and passing to 
classes are favorites at W.H.S. 
with Lois. She can be found ski- 
ing, swimming, or eating Chinese 
food with friends Deb, Ed, Carol, 
and Rose Ann. Good luck at 
Mass. Bay. 

Junior Achievement; Senior Re- 
vue, 





Francis Stanton 

294 Warren Street 
College 
Muse can always be seen with the 
boys, Joey, Sully, Gunga, Steve, 
and Ned at Brigham's or playing 
football at the Stigs. Best noted 
for his activities on the football 
field, he plans to attend college 
after graduation. 
Football 2, 3, 4. 




Marjorie J. Smith 

27 Cedarcroft Lane 
College 
Pulling chariots in the Latin 
Convention chariot races is fun, 
but skiing is better; I can go 
faster. 

Latin Club 2, 3. 4; Latin Conven- 
tion 2, 3, 4; German Club 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 



Michael J. Stanton 

54 Rich Street 

Vocational 

A good snowmobile and a snow 

covered field are enough to keep 

"Ziffle" occupied on his days off. 




Edward Spillert 

56 Mallard Way 
College 
"To Mr. Nelson, I leave an ex- 
periment that can't be fouled up 
and a repeal of Murphy's Law. 
To Mrs. Jacobson I leave another 
student like myself." 

Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Debating 4. 





Kurt Stashis 

96 Prentice Street 
College 

Kurt can often be found at first 
lunch flirting with Sherryl, Linda 
and Eilleen. During the summer, 
Kurt spends his leisure hours 
surfing the shores of Hampton 
Beach. 

Hockey 2, 3. 



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MaryLee Stuart 

58 Prospect Street 
College 
If you're ever in Expresso's, look 
for Stu with Dave, Carole, Bill, 
Al, Cindy, Joe, Jan, Dave L., 
Donna, Kevin, John, Micky, and 
Jim. 




Patricia Susan Stedman 

101 Hillcrest Road 
Business 
Patti can often be heard giving 
"Don't worry about it" for advice 
to her friends Jacque. Sue, and 
Dianne. Steak and pizza are her 
favorite foods. Being a secretary 
is her future plan. 
Jr. Achievement 2; Drama Club 
3; Senior Revue; Drama festival 
3, 4; Mr. Morang's Office 3- 



Janice Claire Sullivan 

6 Hemlock Terrace 
College 

Sully can most often be seen eat- 
ing Italian food with Patty and 
Kathy or out with Marshall. Her 
favorite time of day is, without a 
doubt, the 2:30 bell and Mr. 
Foley's homeroom period. We 
wish Janice success in all her 
future plans. 
Senior Revue; Ski Club 3, 4. 




Jean St. Germain 

34 Albert Street 
College 
Jean can always be seen at the 
Chateau with Maureen, Nancy, 
and Gina. Nursing lies in the 
future for this cute senior. 
Talent Show 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Senior Revue. 





Kathleen Sullivan 

31 Rose Hill Way 
College 

Kathy can always be seen riding 
to football games and Brigham's 
in her V.W. with Patty and 
Janice. This pretty and popular 
senior finds the lounge "D" block 
and 2nd lunch her favorite times 
of the day. She seeks a career as 
an executive secretary and we 
wish her luck. 




Ed Strong 

19 Colonial Avenue 
College 



Kevin Sullivan 

68 Hollace Street 
College 
Sully, claims to be W.H.S.'s all 
American boy. "The hot dog at. 
the ball game, mom's apple pie, 
and the girl he left behind" will 
always remain his motto. Sully 
plans to attend college and we 
hope he will be successful. 
Baseball 2, 3, 4. 




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Loretta Sullivan 

58 Potter Road 
College 

"Grunch Gnurfle Gneer de la zotz 
Fou de vers drivel sufny ev de la 
ots." 

— Brian Jones 
Other quotable quotes: "Get 
back!" 

"Today is the tomorrow you 
thought about yesterday." 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; 
Basketball 2; Chemistry Club 3; 
Ski Club 3, 4; History Club 4; 
Senior Revue. 



Gordon Surette 

16 Chamberlain Terrace 
Vocational 
Gordy's contribution to Waltham 
High's Hockey team proved to be 
invaluable. He plans to become a 
printer after some study. 
Hockey. 




Lynne Sullivan 

457 Lincoln Street 
College 
This happy senior can be found 
up Brigham's with all of her com- 
panions. We will always remem- 
ber Lynne for her silly laugh and 
grin. Lynne's future plans include 
teaching. 

Homeroom Rep. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Senior Revue. 





Laurie Sweeney 

28 Wetherbee Road 

College 




Sherrie Lee Sullivan 

76 Chester Lane 
Business 
"Providing you can communicate. 




Robert Sweeney 

50 Leitha Drive 
College 
Bob can be seen with the boys, 
Bobby, Dickie, Burkie, and Steve 
riding around Brigham's or at 
W.H.S. dances and games. Col- 
lege lies ahead for this handsome 
senior. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 
2, 3; Baseball 2. 




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Steven Sweeney 

56 Hammond Street 
College 
"If it's worth doing, do it." Steve 
likes to meet new faces. He plans 
to take chef courses. 
Track; Baseball. 



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Richard Sweet 

26 Berkley Street 
College 
"He who can both laugh and 
make others laugh is truly for- 
tunate." After college this happy- 
go-lucky senior plans to become a 
disc jockey. According to Bob and 
Rick, he will go far in this field. 
Dick would like to thank Mrs. 
Biddle for making his stay at 
W.H.S. more enjoyable. 



Michael Taurisano 

31 Hiawatha Street 

Vocational 

"Butch" would like to come back 

and teach at the Vocational after 

further study. 




Don Paul Sylvester 

28 Francis Street 
Vocational 

The "Ace" plans to use his 
knowledge of printing to become 
a lithographer. His motto "never 
put off till tomorrow what you 
can do today" is sure to help him 
in the future. 





Paula Teele 

75 Virginia Road 
College 
"Don't make any noise in the 
library today. I really have to try 
to study," says Paula. Paula can 
be found with Chris and Barb 
before school. 

French Club 4; Senior Revue; 
F.T.A. (Treasurer) 4- 




Joseph Taranto 

379 Newton Street 
College 
Joe enjoyed hanging around the 
corridors in the morning and be- 
fore class, football games, and 
Saturday night parties. Mr. Flem- 
ing's economics was the most in- 
teresting class. 

Basketball 3; Baseball. 



John Thambash 
9 Chester Lane 
College 
When John isn't seen going up 
the hill or eating Italian food, he 
can be found with Finn, Jack, 
Bob, and Burky. John hopes to 
enter the service after graduation. 
Football 2. 




Alan Robert Tauber 

240 Main Street 
College 
If you ever walk by a classroom 
and hear someone pounding on a 
desk, Al is in there. Playing 
drums with his band and being 
co-captain of the Rifle Team fills 
his time completely. He's got a 
moustache now! 

Latin Club 2; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. 





Ellen E. Thorne 

131 Marlborough Road 
College 
Ellie, whose favorite saying is 
"Who, me?" likes eating Chinese 
food and dancing. She can usually 
be found taking part in her main 
interest — just having fun with Al, 
Debbie, David, and Allen. Future 
plans include travel. 
Drama Club 4. 



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Theresa Tirone 

30 Beech Street 
Business 

Theresa, whose future plans in- 
clude marriage and hairdressing, 
enjoys being with Sally, Pam, and 
Charlie. 




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Frances Trifiletti 

14 Charles Street 
College-Business 

"Memory is the treasure-house of 
the mind wherein the monuments 
thereof are kept and preserved." 
Homeroom Rep. 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Yearbook Editor 4; National 
Honor Society. 




Gary Tobin 

36 Amory Road 
Business 
"The strain of the Doing leads to 
the peace of the Done." 



Betty Jane Troie 

72 Fiske Avenue 
College 
Betty Jane can be found working 
at the Waltham Hospital or 
skating up at the Wal-lex with 
the crowd. 
Talent Show 2; Chorus 2, 3- 




Robert Tomusko 

71 Caughey Street 
College 
Bob will miss Latin conventions 
and Mr. Walker's world affairs 
class. His future plans include 
college and a job in the field of 
education. 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4; German Club. 





Barbara Twomey 

257 School Street 
College 
Barbara's English class with Mrs. 
Shirley will be a help at business 
school next year. Friends include 
Debbie, Janet, Dianne, Bunkie, 
Betty, and Dave. 
Basketball 2; Volleyball 2. 




Pamela Toy 

41 Washington Avenue 
Business 
While at W.H.S., Pam enjoyed 
English with Mr. Steinberg. Fu- 
ture plans include business school. 
Main Office 4. 



Vivian Anne Ukraine 

7 Kenwood Lane 
College 
"Always remember to forget 
The troubles that passed away, 
But never forget to remember 
The blessings that come each 
day." 
Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2; 
Tennis 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 
3; F.T.A. 2, 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 




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Albert Umina 

86 Bacon Street 

Vocational 

Music has been Al's main interest, 

but his hopes are for a future in 

the service. 



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Joseph C. Vanaria 

46 Cedar Street 
College 

Known by his friends as "Cool," 
this senior can always be seen on 
the baseball diamond with the 
Connie Mack League. His fa- 
vorites include Miss Ward's Eng- 
lish class, pizza, chicken, and subs. 
He hopes to attend college. 




Lewis Uttaro 

55 Williams Street 
College 
Debonair Lewie can be found at 
Piece O'Pizza with Matt, Ann, 
and Chris. He enjoys playing 
cards and pool after school. We 
wish him the best of luck. 

Ski Club 4; Senior Revue. 



Marilyn Margaret Vanaria 

424 Lexington Street 
College 
"I am the master of my Deeds; 
I am the captain of my soul." 
Chorus 2, 3: German Club 2, 3. 
4; Drama Club 2; French Club 
4; Chemistry Club 3; Senior Re- 
nte; Honor Society 3, 4. 




Richard Vaccarello 

69 Mayall Road 
College 

"Vacca," a member of the Hawk 
"11," is very partial to skiing. He 
can usually be found ripping up 
the streets in his Toyota. Keep 
smiling, Rick! 

Football 2, 3. 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; W Club 3; Talent 
Show 3; Ski Club [Treasurer) 4. 




Thomas Vanaria 

7 3 Beal Road 
Vocational 
Tom would like to spend a few 
years in the Navy before follow- 
ing his trade in printing. 




Joseph Valiante 

7 University Patk 
College 



Calvin Vary 

481 Forest Street 
College 
Cal, whose interests vary from 
playing the guitar to being a 
member of the rifle team, plans 
to ride his motorcycle to Florida 
this summer before attending 
North Carolina University. He 
plans to major in Marine biology. 
Rifle Team 3, 4; German Club 3; 
Chess Club 2. 




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Paul Vincent 
60 Winthrop Street 
College 
"Who cares what they say? 
It's a nice way to live, 
Just taking what nature is will- 
ing to give." 
Swimming Team 2, 3, 4 (Co- 
Captain 4); Debating Team 2, 3, 
4; History Club 2, 3, 4; Outward 
Bound. 








Frances Marie Viveiros 

116 Prospect Street 
College 
"The language of friendship is 
not words, but meanings. It is 
an intelligence above language." 
Frances will study psychology at 
Newton College of the Sacred 
Heart next year. 



Yvette Veilleux 

353 Crescent Street 
Business 

This cute senior enjoys eating, 
talking and watching Wayne play 
hockey. While at W.H.S. Yvette 
enjoyed English with Mr. Collins 
and the 2:30 bell. 




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Bruce H. Walazek 

16 Fern Street 

Vocational 

The training Wally received at 

the Voc. will help him to get 

rich in the field of printing. 





Patricia Velardo 

23 Hawthorne Road 
College 
Skiing and cheering rate high on 
this senior's activity list. English 
with Mrs. Jacobsen, apples, and 
steak are Patti's favorites. Best of 
luck in her career as a social 
worker. 

Basketball; Volleyball; Ski Team 
4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Cheering 4. 




Eric Waldron 

21 Gilman Road 
College 

Between basketball, tennis, his 
job, and his studies, Eric had a 
busy life at W.H.S. A member 
of the Honor Society, Eric be- 
came the first editor-in-chief of 
the "Crimson Crier." 

Basketball (Intramural) 2, 3; 
Basketball 2; Tennis Team 3, 4; 
Honor Society; Newspaper Editor- 
in -Chief. 



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David Walker 

263 Worcester Lane 
College 
Where there is vanilla ice-cream 
with hot fudge and whipped 
cream, you'll find Dave. He'll also 
be seen with Joe and Jean. Every- 
thing he sees is dynamite. 



Ronald Warner 

159 Overland Road 
Work-Study 




Joan Walker 

19 Neighbors Lane 
College 

This popular and flirtatious senior 
can often be found space-riding 
with Bev, Budgie, Lisa, and 
Gunga, along with the gang from 
Brigham's. Watching submarine 
races rates highly with this col- 
lege bound senior. 
Drama Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3; 
Senior Revue; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Ski Club 4. 





Donald Warren 

30 Dorchester Street 
Business 
Donald is looking forward to be- 
coming a computer programmer 
at the Career Training Institute 
in Boston. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 2, 4; 
Data Processing Club. 



Richard Walker 

1 University Park 

Vocational 

The Navy is in Rich's future. 





Robert Walsh Jr. 

1142 Trapelo Road 
Vocational 
Bob, whose hobbies include 
racing cars and motorcycle riding, 
would like to attend Wentworth 
in September. 



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Sam Webb 

105 Edgewater Drive 
College 
Sam will always remember the 
good times at the football and 
basketball games with friends 
John, Bruce, and Bill. He hopes 
to take Business Administration 
at Northeastern. 

Ad-hawk Committee 4; Hockey 
2; Rifle 3, 4. 



Cheryl Wellman 

1490 Trapelo Road 
College 

"George's" fondest memories of 
WHS will include her bird calls, 
Mr. Lundberg's math class, and 
the Talent Show. Her bubbling 
personality insures her of success 
in college. 

Ski Club 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; 
Rainbow; Language Lab. 2, 3- 




Teri Weeks 

399 Crestent Street 
College 
Teri is a brown-eyed freckled- 
faced doll. She enjoys school, 
but looks forward to graduation. 
She loves being with her friends, 
especially Carol. 

Ski Club 4; Talent Show 3; 
Senior Revue; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Mr. Levey's Office 4. 





Robert Wellmen 

61 Milnor Street 

Vocational 

Bob will look sharp in his navy 

blues! He is noted for running 

over to lunch at the cafeteria. 




Joan Weidenfeld 

69 Copeland Street 
College 

Next year Joan plans to attend 
Chandler's where she will study 
to become a medical secretary. 

Homeroom Rep. 2; Talent Show 3- 



Barbara Wentworth 

101 Bowdoin Avenue 
Business 
You'll always see Barbara walk- 
ing in and out of Mr. Morang's 
office during the day. The green 
speckled-eyed blonde plans to be- 
come an airline stewardess in the 
near future. 
Mr. Morang's Office 4. 







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Gordon Wellington 

40 Clements Road 

College 
"To each his own." 






Sally West 

31 Cedar Hill Lane 
College 
Sally can be found walking down 
the halls of Waltharn High sing- 
ing the "Daughter of Rosie 
O'Grady" or imitating someone 
swallowing a hard boiled egg. 
Future plans include becoming a 
nurse. Beware! 



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Robert Wheeler 

12 Espie Avenue, Maynard 
Vocational 
Building up cats has been Bob's 
main hobby. He has had no 
trouble in making friends despite 
the fact he comes from so far 
away. 




Susan West 

31 Cedar Hill Lane 
Business 
Slim-jims, English, and playing 
cards are "Big Ben's" favorite 
pastimes. Sue is usually found 
with Cathy, Brian, and Joey. Mrs. 
Czarnowski is proven to be Sue's 
favorite teacher. Best of luck in 
the business world. 



Thomas Whelan 

21 Gregory Street 
Vocational 
Known around the school as 
"Chop-Chop," Tom hopes to be- 
come a Karate expert, so that he 
can teach it in the future. 




Dorothy Whalen 

155 Prospect Hill Road 
College 

Dotty's favorite class was chemis- 
try with "Gabby Yetten." You 
can always see Arthur and Dotty 
racing towards her locker before 
third lunch. She plans to study 
nursing at Framingham Union. 
Chemistry Club 4; Mr. Levy's 
Office 4; Senior Revue; Talent 
Show 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 





Richard White 

57 Tudor Street 
College 




Richard Wheaton 

41 Alderwood Road 
College 
Always rides his bike — even on 
cold mornings. Even though 
Richard hates school, he loves his 
little discussions with Mr. Mru- 
gala about his future. 
Rifle 2, 3, 4. 



William Wilde 

51 Barbara Road 
College 
Bill enjoys three lunch blocks. 
He can be seen wandering the 
halls singing "Who's Sorry 
Now?" Our football co-captain 
intends to study Liberal Arts in 
college. "I would rather go 
through life wanting something 
I didn't have than having some- 
thing I didn't want." 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3, 4; 
Senior Revue; Talent Show 3. 4; 
W Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
Teen Canteen 4; "Music Man" 3. 




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Warren Wilder 

23 Caldwell Road 
College 
Warren can be seen getting into 
homeroom just before the bell. 
With his friends Bruce, Bill, and 
John, he can be seen after school 
at one of Waltham's sub shops. 
His future plans include college. 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 
3. 



Sandra Wright 

4 Wampum Avenue 
Business 
"All that remains of yesterday 
are my many memories of W.H.S. 
all locked behind a door; all I 
wish for now, is the courage to 
face the world." 

Student Council {President) 4; 
Junior Class President; Prom 
Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Cheerleader 4; Drama Club 2, 
3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Girls Sports 2; Student 
Faculty Committee 4. 




Chuck Williams 

66 Miriam Road 
College 

Chuck often forgets to go to 
homeroom, since he lives in the 
newspaper office. He and Eric 
can often be seen running around 
looking for a good story. 
German Club; Basketball (In- 
tramural); Student Council; Crim- 
son Crier {Co-editor). 







Paul Yamartino 

36 Florence Road 
College 
Yarms meanders into school 
every morning with Tohn or Phil 
and utters the all important ques- 
tion: "What's for lunch today?" 
Computer Club 2; Chemistry 
Club 3, 4; Audio Visual 2, 3; 
Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment 3; Explorer Scouts 3. 




Robert Wolfe 

24 Hersum Way 
College 
". . . Silence will serve; 
it is an older tongue: 
The empty room, 

the moonlight on the wall, 
Speak for the unreturning 

traveler." 
Spanish Club 4; Senior Revue. 




Ray Yetten 

25 Central Street 
College 
Neddie will always be remem- 
bered for his great action on the 
ice as well as in the other sports. 
His friends will never forget 
him. We wish him luck at col- 
lege. 



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10 Bowdoin Avenue 
College 






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Richard Young 

72 Brewster Road 
College 

Rick can most often be found 
with Mike and Vac involved in 
some sort of weird situation. 
Rick will surely go down in his- 
tory for his great contributions 
to the Ski Club. 
Ski Club 3, 4. 



Maureen Burley 

1 5 1 Beal Road 

College 

"Burl" is the constant companion 

of Ellen and Nancy. Nursing 

school is in the future. 

Mr. Levey's Office 3; Mr. Belli- 
veau's Office 3. 




Sherryl Young 

15 Cabot Street 
College 

Sherryl can always be seen 
smiling as she walks down the 
W.H.S. corridors. We want to 
wish her luck in her future plans 
of becoming an X-ray technolo- 
gist. 

Senior Revue; Talent Show 2, 4; 
Chemistry Club 3; Ski Club 4- 





David DuFresne 

19 Centre Street 
Vocational 

A good game of pool with Art, 
Mike or Tom is Dave's favorite 
pastime, but knowing that "time 
is of the essence," Owl plans to 
join the service and settle down. 




Anthony Zagami 

69 Alder Street 
Vocational 

Applejacks in the morning 
helped "Zag" get through his 
math class in the afternoon. 



Sandra Zanghi 

11 Rando Lane 
College 
Math with Mrs. Feldman helped 
to make Sandy's senior year her 
best. She can be found any morn- 
ing before school in the parking 
lot with Diana and Donnie. We 
wish her the best of luck in her 
nursing career. 




Joyce Zaia 

28 Smart Street 
College 
"If you can . . . Just for a mo- 
ment . . . Remember in your life 
when the glow of joy was so 
bright that it seemed as if time 
stood still . . . then that joy will 
blind you forever." 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 
4; F.T.A. 4; French Club 4; 
Honor Society 4. 





Carolyn Zeytoonian 

202 Temple Road 
College 
"The future lies not in the hands 
of Fate, but in ours . . ." 

Chemistry Club 2; French Club 
(President) 2, 3, 4; Library 
Council 2; Choral 2, 3. 4; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
French Literary Magazine (Edi- 
tor); English Office 4; FT A 3. 



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Joan Goulding 

58 Hansen Road, Waltham 
Vocational 



Joyce Skotland 

30 Sanders Lane 
Distributive Education 

Joyce enjoyed some great years 
at Waltham High with Donna, 
Jean and Dianne. She'll prob- 
ably be another Joan Baez, once 
masters the guitar. 




Deborah Augusta 

37 Nathan Road 
Business 



Cynthia Halloran 

1776 Trapelo Road 

Vocational 

When Cynthia's not eating Chi- 
nese food with Linda, Laurie, 
and Betty, she's having a blast 
in Mr. O'Neil's class. Computer 
Programming is in her future. 

Waltham D.E.C.A. Chapter. 



Kenneth Church, Jr. 

92 Marlborough Road 

Vocational 

"Rusty" enjoys working on cars 

so much that he plans a career 

doing auto body work. 



Oraer LeBlanc 

83 Calvery Street 

Business 



David Ferson 

22-24 Lowell Street 
College 



James Haensgen 

63 C Hanson Street 

College 



Deborah Lore 

205 Charles Street 
Vocational 



Joseph Machado 

316 Lincoln Street 
Vocational 
Joe insists that his Nova 
the fastest thing on wheels. 



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Carol M. Malone 

46 Mokema Avenue 
Vocational 



Judy Mazmanian 

35 Wingate Road 
General 



Dianne McCullough 

101-A Main Street 
College 



Michael J. O'Brien 

73 Amherst Avenue 
Vocational 



John Pelkey 

34 Crafts Street 
College 
"Sneakers" enjoyed Mr. O'Bie's 
class most at W.H.S. because of 
his fantastic jokes! This ambi- 
tious senior is planning to go 
to college in the future. 



Brad Ross 

104 Greer Street 
College 



Dennis D. Rudenauer 
22-H Dermody Road 
Vocational 
Rudy is a polite, conscientious 
and industrious boy who can't do 
anything but succeed in life. He 
has enjoyed his three years in 
printing with the three greatest 
teachers he has ever had. 



Stephen Sarno 

26 Circle Drive 

Vocational 

Hanging around with Muse, 
Greg, and Jose was Steve's pas- 
time but it appears that he will 
be a union carpenter in a few 
years. 



Carolyn Santamaria 

75 Dale Street, Waltham 
Vocational 



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n Memoriam 



It is possible that the measure of a man's life lies in what 

he leaves behind. 

Thoughts and feelings of friends, bitter, at first asking why, 

but bittersweet with the passage of time. 

Accepting that the universe moves in strange ways, scarcely 

comprehensible to man. 

Yet the experiences of every man reveal that 

much more of his nature. 

By this scale these lives were rich indeed for they remain a part 

of us still ... a smile, a shadow. 

Ended? Perhaps only begun. 




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Daniel Foley 




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of the Senior Class at the King Philip Ballroom in 
Wrentham, for the Senior Prom. Guests of honor in- 
cluded members of both administration and faculty. 
Special guests were Mayor and Mrs. Arthur Clark and 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Chester Webb. 



Sherryl Young reigned as a gracious and lovely Queen 
for the event. Her escort Paul Ciccolo had just reason 
to be proud. Sherryl was attended by Shauna Gallagher, 
Kathleen Hill, Thelma Martin and Vivian Ukraine. 



Just one in the series of Senior events, this one might 
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It was not particularly distinguished weatherwise. The air was cool, with the fresh- 
ness of morning, a light breeze stirred in the tree tops. It was hot . . . Mrs. Czarnowski 
coaxed and cajoled reluctant almost-graduates into alphabetical order. It was Monday, 
rehearsal; graduation wasn't until Wednesday. Class bells rang . . . F block - G? The 
future beckons: will it at least be free of bells? 

Class day attendance optional. It had grown hot . . . some chose the beach instead. 

The air was muggy in the corridors behind the art rooms. 

Smiles rested on the faces of strangers in white gloves or shirts and ties . . . formal 
smiles . . . "Pomp and Circumstance". 

The carpet in the auditorium is thick, rich. It is cooler there — Ann Bourgeous is 
elected Queen. She smiled ... it seemed fitting for a queen. Her roses a deep red . . . 
she wears a tiara . . . 

We are together . . . seniors . . . We laugh together but there is an uneasiness, a feeling 
that the present moment has already passed. Ceremonies end ... A few linger . . . then 
there is only silence . . . 






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Best All Round 



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William Wilde 





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Steve Finamore 





Most Respected 






Linda Castellano 



Bill Ferry 149 








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Class Musicians 



Alice Mroszczyk 



Bruce Berberian 



Most Talented 



Patsy Foley 



Phil Hammond 





Class Wit 



Sandy Carlson 



Brian Halloran 





Class Artist 



Maureen Shea 



Al Garnache 




Most Athletic 



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Linda Emmetts 



Ned Yetten 






Best Dancer 

Marie Scafidi Matt Garrigan 



Best Looking 

Ann Bourgois Richard Abelli 







Personality Plus 

Simonne Leger Jack Depass 



Class Flirt 



Pauline O'Neil 



Rob Burke 




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Linda Najarian Doug Nickerson 151 






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It was hot on the pavement . . . this is how a life-style ends, with Pomp and Circum- 
stance and maroon and white gowns. 

There is little conversation . . . one is over-awed by the formality, the solemnity of 
the occasion. 

Clustered in groups of two and three, the graduates awaited a signal . . . One is con- 
fused by the enormous crowd of people. They seem alien . . . Could they have been the 
ones passed in the corridors during lunches or at 2:30? 

The grass was wet with evening dew . . . the playing-field transformed . . . how often 
had each person come running over this same hill in gym-suit and sneakers? 

The traditional exercises began 5:30 P.M. ... we live in an age in which tradition 
is constantly being challenged ... we seek for something to believe, to hold on to. 

The commencement address was given by Thomas J. Murphy, managing editor, The 
News Tribune . . . 

Commencement addresses usually deal with the challenge of the future; this challenge 
has special significance for the class of 1970, because The Seventies — A Dynamic Decade 
has to be more than a catchy-phrase — If the members of the graduating classes of 1970 
are not able to meet the challenges of the seventies — among them: pollution, political 
turmoil, both foreign and domestic, and over-population, then the future will indeed be 
dim. 

Scholarship and prize recipients were divided into three groups and presented their 
awards by Mr. Husson. Walking off the stage, holding their envelopes, there is some- 
thing in the eyes and the way they carry themselves that indicates pride in their accom- 
plishment. They have worked hard and are pleased with the reward. 

There was pride also in the faces of the graduates as they received their diplomas. 

The sun had set as the final strains of the recessional sounded . . . the gowns are 
returned, perhaps with the sincere wish that others may wear them on occasions such 
as this with the dignity and respect for tradition which we, the class of 1970, hoped to 
demonstrate. 



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1970 Class Poem 

beginnings 



life song is beginning .... 

dreaming 

slowly watching porcelain dreams breaking while the stronger dreams 

become a reality 

beginning to back each sky castle with a bit of invisible tape 

and wondrously finding that you yourself are the magic making the 

dreams come true. 

a metamorphasized child-adult, wondering if you too could be a 

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life song is ... . 

choices 

changing polluted rivers polluted air polluted minds 

the future is no longer a newspaper frustration 

society is you now. 

you've watched the dragons long enough with your satisfied eyes 
to slay them or to collar them or to treat them as joyous equals, 
it's time to act. 

life song is 

awakening to the youness of a still changing you 

and beginning to give of yourself free of a tangle of "ifs" 

awaken to the wonderment inside your own head 

awaken to killing the parrot in your thoughts and words, and listen to 

your mind 

awaken to the majic 

awaken to being 

reality can be beautiful 

awaken .... 

and begin .... 

Carolyn Leavitt 



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Carol Steppe (senator), Pam Gaudet (vice president), Pam Keyes (president), Joanne Travaline 
(secretary), Nancy Carry (secretary), Peter Lancto (senator), Missing: Sheila Castello (treasurer). 



Class of 1971 




The Junior class found themselves in the awkward position of being just as lost 
as the sophomores when school finally opened in September, but as soon as they could 
find their way to the Junior lounge, plans were under way for a mammoth bake sale 
at Grover Cronin's. The returns from the sale funded the Junior Prom which was 
planned by and attended by most of the class. The class officers, who were active in 
the Student-Faculty Senate along with other duties, received a high degree of cooperation 
from their classmates. 

Paul Parisi demonstrated the potential for leadership to be found among the juniors 
in his capacity as Vice President of the State Convention of Student Councils. 

They have shown an interest in the affairs of the community, as well as the school. 
As seniors, they will undoubtedly do much to strengthen the ties between the school 
and community. 




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Work -Study 

Mr. Healey 



First Row: Richard Racicot, Peter Boudreau, Rehal 
LeBlanc, Alan Cook, Kenneth O'Brian, Wayne 
Lorrette. Second Row: Kevin Brasco, Gary Ander- 
son, Raymond Nichols, Neil Cormier, Michael 
Connors, Donald Bardsley, Robert Sterdavent. 



210 

Mr. Thorp 



Audrey Abbott, Karen Aborn, Joel Ackerman, 
Gregory Adams, Ana Alicea, Linda Aliseo, Pat- 
rick Allea, Mark Allison, William Andrews, Louis 
Annunciata, Debbie Antico, Margo Antonucci, 
Lorraine Arena, Patrick Arena, Mary Allen, Karen 
Arenburg. 





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Miss Ward 



First Row: Sally Arnold, Judith Aucoin, Patricia 
Arsenault, Deborah Babul, Dee Ann Bachelder, 
Diane Aubie, Teanne Balevic. Second Row: Gail 
Bardsley, James Auld. John Arnold, Geoffrey 
Aucoin, Fred Badger, Robert Arnold, Peter Bar- 
makian, Michael Arnold, Paul Arsenault, Tose 
Aviles, Stephen Aykanian, Anthony Attardo. 



212 

Mrs. Feldman 



First Row: Linda Bergeron, Donna Barrile, Evelyn 
Brunaccini, Cynthia Black, Donna Bergeron, Debra 
Beran, Susan Bennett. Second Row: Janice Berto- 
lami, Tina Bassakides, Cecilia Bastarache, Michael 
Benson, Salvatore Barone, Michael Bernardi, Kath- 
ryn Bergstrom, Cheryl Bishop, Sharon Besso, Niki 
Behrikis. 




213 

Mrs. McClary 



Andrew Blaiklock, Paul Blanchard, Tom 
Blanchard, Tanet Block, Damian Blumen- 
reich, Paul Bogosian. Patrick Boisvert, 
James Bonica, Valari Bonica, George 
Borrell, Patrick Boudrot, Carol Buckley, 
Joanne Bourque, Rachel Bouley, Joe 
Brescia, Susan Bresnahan, Johnni Briggs, 
Marjorie Brinton, Diane Brody, Denise 
Brooks, Paula Brophy, Cather Brotman, 
Sue Bry, Sue Bryant, Karen Buccella. 



215 

Mr. Collins 



First Row: Clemence Cassie, Marie Cappadonna, 
Carol Cappaddona, Ellen Burke, Brenda Burns, 
Marion Carpentino, Joyce Callahan, Barbara Bur- 
nell, Kathy Burke. Second Row: Martha Bush- 
way, Jean Burke, Pamela Cardarelli, William 
Butcher, Stephen Cappaddona, Francis Butman, 
James Butler, Daniel Callahan, Stephen Campbell' 
Joseph Campbell. 




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Miss Hayes 



First Row. Wendy Chamberlain, Eveline Chais- 
son, Lucy Centola, Nancy Carty, Sheila Cas- 
tello, Sandra Chiacchio, June Cericola, Eliza- 
beth Carroll, Pamela Chapman. Second Row: 
Lynette Chatto, Robert Casey, Edward Chaisson, 
Richard Chebookjian, Douglas Charney, Toseph 
Carroll, Miss Hayes, Michael Corbett, Robert 
Chadwich, Dennis Caruso, Arthur Chaprales, 
Gayle Cerqua. 



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Mrs. Czarnowski 



First Row. Lois Conrad, Barbara Chris- 
tie, Margaret Christopher, Denise 
Cormier, Betsy Clark, Diane Cincotta, 
Mary Connaughton, Connie Cimino, 
Pauline Collins. Second Row. Peter 
Corcoran, Paul Cooney, Kenneth Cobb, 
Richard Coleman, Robert Colten, Brad- 
ley Childs, James Clarke, Stephen Cin- 
cotta, Michael Curtin, Theodore Consoli, 
Wayne Cook, Gail Cobb. 



218 

Mr. Gouvea 



First Row. Chuck Coveney, Jeff Crane, Marleen Curtin, Carole 
Cuerdon. Second Row. Debbie Cosgrove, Claire Cottone, John 
Curtis, Donna D'Agostino, Judy Crosby. Third Row. Denise 
Cormier, Steve Creamer, David Cosgrove, Ruth Corrigan, Joyce 
Crane, Diane Cox. 




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Miss Franklin 



First Row: Joyce Delany, Donna David, Karen Dellacamera, 
Sharon Delong, Mary Daly. Second Row: Joan Defino, Diane 
Demarco, Patricia Daly, Diana Dallaire, Patricia DePass. Third 
Row: John Danforth, Robert Dagostino, Kevin Darcy, Michael 
Dennehy. 



221 



Miss Huck 



First Row: Timothy Driscoll, Maria DiCarlo, 
Alain Doucet, Denise Dubie, Elinor Dubois, 
Paula Duddy, Diane Domurat, Karen Dion, 
Joyce Donahue. Second Row: Paul DiLuca, 
Michael DiNauta, John Dileone, Joseph Dou- 
cette, Albert Dube, Robert DufTey, Douglas 
Dufresne, David Drinon, David Drew, Stephen 
Donnelly, John Dideo, Stanley Dinoff. Miss- 
ing: Paul Douglas, Kathleen Doherty. 





225 

Mrs. Haley 



First Row: Diane Felix, Susan Duprez, Jane 
Fiorelli, Sally Erickson, Roseann Famosi, Marietta 
Dupuis, Bernice Dupuis. Second Row: Virginia 
Faulstich, Sharon Edmunds, Beth Ellis, William 
Edmunds, Judith Dunn, Claudia Ferri. Third 
Row: Marjorie Eisner, Alphonse Fanara, William 
Faranda, David Dunbar, Robert Field, Walter 
Durkin, Terrence Eagan. 



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Miss Cox 



First Row: Donna Fuller, Tacque Gahan, Susan 
Gagnon. Second Row. Elizabeth Fraser, Dana 
Forgione, Jim Fitzpatric, Robert Geary, Charley 
Flanders. Third Row. Beverly Fraser, Maria 
Gemelli, Debora Gallagher, Donell Freeman, 
Pam Gardiner, Joe Gandiosi, Richard Galla- 
gher, Karen Generoso, Marilyn Gettings. 



240 



Mrs. Kerr 



First Row. Barbara Gullotti, Linda Gillen, 
Joanne Giorgiana, Cynthia Gracia, Patricia 
Halstead, Frances Giorgiana. Second Row: 
Ralph Gueli, Merril Griff, Paul Gisbourne, 
David Giardina, Mark Glen, Peter Goode, 
Edward Giardina. 





242 

Mr. Harrington 



First Row: Barbara Hinckley, Karen Hosmer, 
Mary Hines. Second Row: Jean Hayden. Carol 
Hartley, Priscilla Howard, Gail Hentzi, Rita 
Hardiman. Third Row: Richard Handrahan. 
Ernest Hood, Gary Hersey, Shirley Herring, 
William Hines, Edmund Hebert, Jon Hayes, 
Robert Hartford. 



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Mrs. Apelian 



First Row: Diane Johnson, Beverly Jigarjian, Christine Howe, 
Cynthia Johnson. Second Row: John Izzi, Leo Howe, Mary Iagulh, 
Marcel Jacob, Dennis Jee. Third Row: Allan Jacobs, Ken James, 
Jim Jigarjian 





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Miss Gladysz 



First Row: Nancy Kachagian, Karen Johnson. 
Jeanette Kazan jian. Second Row: Maura Kelly, 
Joanne Juyuran, Lissa Kasper, Beverly Karlberg, 
Charlene Jones. Third Row: Kevin Kelly, Brian 
Jones, James Kelly, Richard Jacobs, Kevin Keedy, 
Chris Keene. Missing: David Joliet and Margaret 
Karamas. 



246 

Mr. Sweeney 



First Row: Larry Langton, Mary Kokidko, 
Pamela Keyes, Linda Kibort, David Kyte. Sec- 
ond Row: Carole Kelner, Luanne Kenney, 
Anne Kirrane, Angela Lambrose, Barbara 
King. Third Row: Jay Kleiner, Peter Lancto, 
John Lamport, Douglas Kennedy. Tony Lando, 
Steve Lahaise. 




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Mr. Galligan 



First Row. Deborah LeBlanc, Marie LeBlanc, Tim- 
othy Leahy, Barbara Leduc, Doreen LeBlanc. 
Second Row: Daniel Lee, William Lawler, Rich- 
ard LeBlanc, Thomas LeFort, Peter LeBlanc. 





248 

Mrs. Rosenthal 



First Row. Charles Lombardi, Christopher Lord, 
Lorna Lorette, Anne Logan, Anne Leonard, Wil- 
liam Lindo. Second Row. Janet Lement, Linda 
Lepordo, Deborah London, Andrea Lydon, Annette 
Leger. 



249 

Mrs. Jacobson 



First Row. Kevin Malloy, Peggy Manero, Paul 
Margini, Jean Martenuto, Ron Maillet. Second 
Row. Denise MacNeil, Kathy Madden, Carol 
Magazu, Cathy MacKinnon, Carmela Mallozzi. 
Third Row. Norman MacKinnon, Roderick Mac- 
Pherson, Gerard Maillet, Michael Malloy, Ron 
Maillet, Richard Maloney, Bruce MacClure. 



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Miss Woronsoff 



First Row. Jeanette McCarthy, Barbara McCardle, 
Denise McCluskey, Steven Perkins, Karen McClus- 
key. Second Row. Nancy Marrano, Nicholas Mar- 
torilli, Kathleen McKenna, Bernard McCardle, 
Edward McDonald. Third Row. David Martin, 
Ralph Mauro, John McCarthy, Richard McCue. 





261 

Mrs. By am 



First Row. Debra Milinazzo, Paula Milner, Tudith 
Moran, Ann Merriam, Mary Milioto, Jeanne Mel- 
vin. Second Row. Janet Milinazzo, Christine Mo- 
lonea, Charles Merida, William McGean, Thomas 
McCluskey. Third Row. Steve Medeiras, Sam 
Mega, Joe Milner, Peter Miele, David Mclver, 
Robert McMahon. 



262 

Miss McQuarrie 



Steve Morin, John Morizio, Tom Morri- 
son, Laura Mozie, Patrick Mula, Patrick 
Muldoon, Barbara Mullaney, Calen Mur- 
phy. Judy Murray, Robert Murphy, Tom 
Myers, Don Myshrall, Sandy Nagle, Gary 
Najarian, Bernice Nathanson, Margie 
Navien, Fred Neal, Elise Nessolini, Deb- 
bie Newis, Judy Nicholson, Sue Nico- 
tera, Tim Nolte. 






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Mrs. Carney 



First Row. Eileen O'Reilly, Regina Pacitti, 
Gary Parrella, Peter Pappas, Barbara Noonan, 
Christine Pappargeris, Pamela Nutile. Second 
Row. Gilda Papia, Christine Paige, Marguerite 
Ohnemus, Carol Olbrys, Kathleen O'Reilly, 
Wayne Penny, Steven O'Kane, Anthony Pen- 
zone, Steven Noonan, Gregory Panjian, Vin- 
cent Olivio, Paul Parisi. 



265 

Mrs. Witwer 



First Row. Judy Perkins, Judy Potas, Paula 
Pylon, Steven Perkins, Kenneth Peterson, David 
Poldonian, Joseph Pinzone. Second Row. Vir- 
ginia Peros, Karen Quagliozzi, Glen Priest, 
David Phillips, John McGrath, Peter Piantedosi. 
Michael Provencher, Donald Peterson, Robert 
Provencher, Donna Pinzone. 





266 

Mr. Opie 



First Row. Jane Roughsedge, Mary Ellen Ross, 
Janet Rizzo, Diana Robichaud. Second Row. 
Janice Roach, Karen Remal, Deborah Robert- 
son, Evelyn Rodriques, Karen Ranno, Bonnie 
Robichaud. Third Roiv: Stephen Ricciato, Tohn 
Robichaud, Glen Richardson, James Roach, 
Anthony Rigoli, Stephen Roth, David Rochatka. 



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Miss Cairnes 



First Row. Ann Schkuta, Sylvia Saulnier, 
James Scanlon, Stephen Sampson. Second Row: 
Joseph Ryan, Nancy Saltzberg, Susan Roy, 
Louise Roy, Sheila Saluato, Karen Scafidi. 
Third Row. George Roy, Richard Sanasarian, 
Paul Ryberg, Craig Russell, Joseph Santangelo, 
Mark Ryberg, John Schrimpf, Keith Sawin, 
Joseph Salvucci. 




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Mrs. Kellerman 



First Row. Gary Senarian, Elaine Smith, Steven 
Segien, Jacqueline Shinnick, Debora Sherman. 
Second Row. Johanna Sharpe, Barbara Squires, 
Joan Seidman, Debra Shuman, Mary Simmons, 
Carol Smith. Third Row. David Smith, 
Timothy Smith, Charles Smelledge, Mark 
Shannon, Brian Skinner, Joseph Shaughnessy, 
Mark Segalini, Michael Shea. 



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Miss Kunkle 



First Ron'-. Deborah Taylor, Carol Stoney, Joan 
Tibbetts, Gail Thompson, Linda Sullivan, Linda 
Sullivan. Second Row. Debbie Welts. Donna 
Testa, Ginny Tocci, Carol Stepp, Jean Swyers, 
Laurie Sumner. Third Row. Helen Taylor, 
Mike D. Sullivan, Mike P. Sullivan, David 
Suter, Bill Stanton, Edwin Thomas, Bill 
Thomas, Kathy Stahl, Carol Tousignant. 




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Miss Hogarty 



First Row. Robin Turcotte, Nancy Vinci, Lyn 
Walsh, Joanne Traveline, Carol Umbrello. 
Second Row: Stephen Van Dohlen, Frank 
Viola, David Walsh, Gary Ware, Joseph Tran- 
chita, Keith Trott. Third Row. Stephen Venuti, 
Richard Walsh, Deborah Verhille, Lyn Trom- 
bley, Jean Twoomey, Maura Tushin, Frederick 
Vautour, Aldo Vaci. 



275 

Mr. Rauch 



First Row. Adrienne Zuppe, Tony Watson, 
Gail Weeks. Second Row. Elizabeth Wright, 
Deborah Welts, Cathy Yung, Denise Wilkins, 
June Whitney, Donna Watson. Third Row. 
John Zuppe, Robert Whitney, Bruce Whit- 
more, Benjamin Wright, Richard Zammuto, 
David White, Judith White, Donna Zammuto. 





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Class President: Pam Keyes 



Seated: Queen Carol Cianci and John McCarthy. Standing: Carmella Malozzi and Steve Perkins. 
Denise McCluskey and Robert Gogan, Carol Tousignant and Robert Briganti, Jayne Walsh and 
William Lee. 



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Barbara Strom (secretary), Lee Harvey (vice-president), John Napoli (senator), Tom Devane 
(president) , Tony Pilla (senator), Margaret Cronin (treasurer). 



Class of 1972 



Students from Kennedy, North, and South suddenly find themselves part of one 
enormous Sophomore class. Confusing phrases are thrust at them . . . housemaster's office 
. . . gym . . . first floor lecture hall . . . and there's no one to offer directions. Seniors 
could hardly be addressed by lowly sophomores, and juniors have a tendency to remain 
straight-faced while giving directions quite the opposite of one's destination. Yet, after 
sharing "showers" and first semester report cards and third lunch, you really begin to 
feel like part of the sophomore class . . . then it's June . . . and you begin wondering 
about the Junior Prom . . . 



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Work-Study 



Mr. Talanian 

Kevin Furlong, Oscar Bonilla, William 

Crossen, William Pilicy, William 

O'Reilley, John Caramanica, Ranoal 
Vautour, Michael Burke. 



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Miss Babb 



First Row. Claudette Allain, Carol Anderson, 
Maryjo Arena, Susan Arno, Carolyn Arnold. 
Second Row. Gerald Altrich, William Ar- 
senaulr, Daniel Allia, Nancy Adams, Judy 
Abelli, Paula Angelo. Third Row. James 
Arnold, Stephen Ahlman, Joseph Alessandro, 
Peter Allia, John Antonellis, Thomas Arm- 
strong, Stephen Arnold, Robert Arenburg, 
Kenneth Arnold. 




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Miss Holland 

First Row. Carla Bailey, Richard Ballo, Law- 
rence Baker, Joseph Aucoin, Gregory Barron, 
Patricia Aubert. Second Row. Karen Aucoin, 
Susan Aucoin, Maureen Bealieu, Judy Bagan- 
sky, Kathy Beckwith, Pam Belle, Diane Baia. 
Third Row. Joseph Avery, James Barille, Gary 
Bardsley, Earl Barrett, Robert Barker, Gerald 
Beaudoin, Ronald Belliveau, Richard Aucoin, 
Thomas Bailio, Joyce Aucoin, Damaris Aviles. 






113 

Mr. Prohovich 



First Row: Patricia Bosworth, Odette Boucher, 
Diane Breau, Michele Boudreau, Elise Biron, 
Lynn Bergin, Ted Bonica, Arnold Bizzozero, 
Edith Boudreau, Judy Brandt. Second Row. 
Patricia Brannelly, Maureen Boudreau, Pam 
Baker, Julian Boucher, Janet Blustein, Corinne 
Bleyle, Beverly Boisseau, Nancy Boisvert. Third 
Row: John Boudreau, William Bordenca, Mar- 
garet Boyd, Edward Boudreau, Stewart Boss- 
man, Ronald Bennett, John Bergantino, 
Joseph Bozak, Richard Bogosian, Jeff Bennett, 
Sandy Boback. 





115 

Mrs. Sloan 

First Row: Linda Caira, JoAnn Cannistraro, 
Sheila Caisey, Patricia Casey, Gloria Burns, 
Stephen Butcher, Harry Brock, Wayne Camp- 
bell, Michael Cannistraro. Second Row: Nancy 
Brown, Nancy Cappadona, Eileen Burke, Karen 
Butler, Mary Brown, Joan Callahan, Catherine 
Caci, Susan Brophy. Third Row: Brian Cane, 
Timothy Burke, Carmelo Capizzi, Thomas 
Callahan, Steven Cacciola, Peter Cannistraro, 
Jay Byrne, Stephen Burgess, Mark Burstein. 



117 

Mr. Steinberg 

First Row: John Cash, Arlene Charles, Ellen 
Cardarelli, Paula Cardarelli, Lynne Carlson, 
Denise Cedrone, William Bowen. Second Row: 
Theresa Calarese, Deborah Cheeseman, Judy 
Cate, Anne Chiasson, Gilda Cardillo, Sylvia 
Caruso, Rosemary Caruso, Joyce Centola. 
Third Row: Richard Castellano, Robert Cas- 
tellano, Joseph Cardillo, William Chaisson, 
Samuel Cetrano, Gary Cardone, William Cas- 
sidy, Clifford Chaisson, George Caruso. 




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Mrs. Biddle 



First Row: Debra Clarke, Marian Cloherty, 
Kathleen Corcoran, Linda Connolly. Judith 
Connors, Madalyn Clark, Gail Cormier. Sec- 
ond Row: Brenda Chicco, Cheryl Clark, Maura 
Corcoran, Lesley Connors, Debora Cormier, 
Deborah Chicco, Jane Cooper, Diane Chris- 
topher. Third Row: Thomas Clark, David 
Coraccio, Richard Cloonan, Donald Cormier. 
Robert Corcoran, Frank Collura, Douglas Cook. 





125 

Miss Devane 

First Row: Mary Daley, Florence Darrah, 
Laura Coulter, Patricia Cormier, Dan Delia- 
camera, Tom Curry, Sara Cotrone, Mike Curtis. 
Second Row: Marie Couture, Kim Decola, 
Marty Cormier, Kevin Cote, Gerry Cox, Mike 
Davis, Muriel Cormier, Kathy Curtis. Third 
Row: Margaret Cronin, Janet Delmore, Danna 
Coxall, Merideth Dahl, Marie Cormier. John 
Cox, Kevin Cripps, Robert Cormier, David 
Cusano, Julie DeAmicis, Jane Cripps. 



128 

Mrs. McClure 



First Row: Lorraine Divico, Michele 
Delorey, Joanne DeMeo, Marie Dominyiani, 

Carol Demeo , Jeanne 

Doherty, Joyce Dimatteo. Second Row: 
Kenneth Demeo, Thomas Devane, Neil 
Destefano, Donna DiTommaso, Larry Dev- 
lin, Joanne Devane, Gregory Denaro, An- 
thony DeMeo, Frederick Dileone. 




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140 

Miss Magrath 

First Row: Sylvia Doucet, Kathleen Dowcett, 
Marilyn Eagan, Donna Dubie, Maureen Don- 
Ian, Kathleen Dwyer, Janice Donato, Diane 
Dubie. Second Row: David Durano, Stephan 
Dowman, David Doucette, James Donnelly, 
Ronald Duddy, David Duddy, John Doucet, 
David Douglad, Jeanne Dubie. 



142 

Mr. Capucci 

First Row: Frank .Everett, Fred Ferson, 
Robert Emmetts. Richard Ellis, Charles 
Faulstich, James Fahey, Ciro Fei, Marlin 
Falone, Donald Eisan. Second Row: Lucy 
Erba, Linda Connelly, Sue Fielding, Denise 
Enik, Randa Erickson, Lois Ferro, Linda 
Famosi, Mary Furdon. Third Row: Mar- 
garet Edmunds, Carol Elander, Belinda 
Emerson, Ken Ferry, Pat Doyle, Audette 
Elfar, Ann Erickson, Nancy Edgar, Michael 
Eastman, George Economo. Ken Festog, 
John Ewha. 





144 

Mrs. K. Murphy 

First Row: Roberta French, Mary Garber, Kurt 
Gardner, William Foley, Robert Gallagher, 
Robert Gaudet, Paul Fucco. Second Row: Bar- 
bara Francis, Linda Foti, Diane Gaudet, Kath- 
leen Fox, Elaine Gaudet, Ellen Gardner, Heidi 
Gallo, Joanne Gautreau. Third Row: Paulette 
Gauvin, Dianna Giusti, Anne Foti, Roberta 
Galvin, Jackie Eiwa, Richard Gibbons, Pat 
Doyle, Debby Gaudet, Peter Flynn. 



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Mr. Viens 

First Row. Ellen Harris, Sally Gray, Joanne 
Gregorious, Jeanine Hancock, Lindsey Hale, 
Peter Green. Second Row. Regina Gross, 
Cynthia Hamann, Debra Hart, Thomas Hapen- 
ney, Neil Goldberg, Gail Goodwin, Shirley 
Griggs, Dianne Goodwin. Third Row. Michael 
Healey, Randall Goldsmith, Glenn Headley, 
Michael Guigno, John Hagg, John Haynes, 
John Haroutunian, Thomas Griffin, Wayne 
Headley, Joseph Graziosi, Michael Haffey. 



148 

Mrs. Jones 

First Row. Vanessa Hodge, Judy Hollman, 
Ann Hession, Moira Hennessey, Mary Ann 
Hurley. Second Ro-w. Candy Heroux, Janet 
Hoffman, Linda Huber, Liz Hughes, Florence 
Heiser, Judith Howe, Terry Ingersoll, Carol 
Hillson. Third Ron-. Thomas Heintz, George 
Higgins, Alan Hebb, Donny Hoffses, Michael 
Hoover. 





152 

Miss Snow 



First Row. Michael Iodice, Robert Kershner, 
Peter Kidd, Stephen Kaloyanides, James 
Kamphaus, Edward Jigarjian, Kevin Joliat, 
Dana Kneeland. Second Row. Patricia Kane, 
Susan Keefe, Lorna Keith, Debora Kershaw. 
Patricia Keefe, Laurie Kennen, Joyce Jahrling, 
Kathy Juliano. Third Row. Mary King, Gail 
Kokidko, Karen Johnson, Kathy Keenan, 
Nancy Kelly, Kevin Kelly, Hugh Keegan, 
James Jarvie, David Keane. 



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Mrs. Morris 



First Row: Kathleen Logan, Donna Lopez, 
Nancy Lenza, Donna Leger, Nicholas Leeber, 
Gerald LeBlanc, Michael Leger, Janice Lin- 
strom. Second Row: Robin Lelievre, Constance 
Lombardo, Thelma Leblanc, Susan Livermore, 
Kathy Lituri, Ann Lillis, Linda Leblanc, Rose 
Linihan. Third Row: John Leger, Virginia 
Leblanc, Janice Long, Gerard Leblanc, Joseph 
Leblanc, Christopher Lewise, Roy Leblanc, 
John Link, Richard Lenza, Paul Leonard, Vin- 
cent Leblanc. 





161 

Mr. Fleming 

First Row: Linda Lambert, John Lampson, 
Donald Lamont, Robert Lamb, Paul Kelly, 
Patricia Kelley, John Landry, Albert Lawton. 
Second Row: John Kokidko, Clinton Larrabee, 
Fred Krampits, Ralph Larrabee, George Landry, 
Roland Kupriss, Albert Lawler, Frank Lamat- 
tina. Third Row: Catherine Leblanc, Kathleen 
Lally, Catherine Leblanc, Kathleen Leach, 
Judith Kratoville, Anne Landry, Lorinda 
LaPorte, Dianne Lacross, Elaine Lang, Susan 
LaRosa, Dana Lashway, Douglas Leblanc, Kurt 
Koskinen, Donald Leblanc. 



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Mrs. Marr 



First Row: William MacKenzie, Michael 
Malone, Stephen Mancuso, Paul Mancuso, 
Frank Maloney, Peter Mancuso, Michael Man- 
dile. Second Row: Kathy Laughlin, Patricia 
Malloy, Kathleen Duff, Diane Madaglia, Felicia 
MacNeil, Cynthia MacKinnon, Janet Lopez, 
Jean MacDonald. Third Row: William Mac- 
Donald, Thomas Lyons, Janet Maker, Paula 
Lucas, Allan MacDonald, Joseph Malloy, Glen 
Lord, Debra Luke, Susan Lutz, Michael 
Machado, Lorraine Maclnnis, Susan MacArthur. 




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Mr. Sullivan 



First Row. Gayle Mara, John McCusker, 
Michael Masterson, David McDonnell, Thomas 
McCulIough, Michael Mazzarini. Second Row. 
Barbara McLaughlin, Rebecca McCulIough, 
Donna McGuican Conna Mannion, Jeannette 
Manning, Christine McHugh, Paula McCue, 
Pamela Marchese. Third Row: Karen Matheson, 
Jane Marston, Joanne Mazzeo, Kathleen 
McCarthy, John Maloney, Peter Mazzone, Rob- 
ert Maranian, John Martin, Stephen Mayo, 
Stephen Marchand, Charles McGrath. 





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Miss Ash 



First Row. Richard Milton, MaryAnn Meda- 
glia, Martha Meehan, Kathy McLaughlin, 
Loretta Murphy, Dianne Muise, Judy Messina, 
James Mitchell. Second Row: Annemarie 
Moran, Janet Merrullo, Martha Meade, Susan 
McManus, Adeline Mega, Diane Mercurio, 
Elena Mercurio, Joyce Morgan. Third Row. 
Garu Medeiros, Carol Merritts, Barbara Mills, 
Mary McNulty, David Mosman. Nora 
McMenimen, Cheryl Menard, Patricia Milioto, 
Deborah Muise, Deborah Mula. 



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Mrs. Dorin 

First Row. Paul Naughton, Robert Noke, 
Maureen Nardone, Joanne Olsen, Brian 
Murphy, Robert O'Mara, William Nett. Sec- 
ond Row: Kathy Norton, Joanne O'Reilly, 
Jean Nolan, Janice Murray, Lynda Myshrall, 
Carol Nevard, Karen Omobono, Dolores Nigro. 
Third Row. Charlotte O'Connell, Tohn Napoli, 
Dennis Naughton. Richard O'Dea, Chester 
Mullen, Guy Novello, Peter Noble, Kevin 
Mulvaney, Charles Mullaney, Thomas Muldoon, 
Kenneth Nadeau. 



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Mr. Jacobs 



First Row. Kathleen Palumbo, Paulette Pel- 
letier, Stephanie Pacheco, Pamela Porter, 
Roseann Picariello. Second Row. Charles Par- 
tain, Dennis Ouellette, Carol Palmiotto, 
Beverly Pelletier, Nancy Ouellette, Kathy Pid- 
geon, Cynthia Poirier. Third Row. Anthony 
Orifice, Earl Osborn, William Palmer, Carmen 
Patuto, Steven Parrish, James Pederson, Donald 
Ouellette. 



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Mr. Walker 



First Row. Leslie Quinn, p a t Reyes, Marjorie 
Priest, Joanne Rao, Linda Ravalli, Arlene Pur- 
chase. Second Row. Marian Ouinn, Diane 
Poulin, Joan Reilly, Joyce Proia, Linda Con- 
nolly, Maureen Reddy, Nancy Rea, Peggy Reed. 
Third Row. Paul Richard, Joe Ribeiro, Jan 
Procyk, Tim Powers, Joseph Richardson, James 
Pollano, Kenneth Ralston, Thomas Regan. 
Charles Priest. 





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Mrs. Vennett 



First Row. Cynthia Roberts, Jackie Robinson, 
Patricia Roche, Robert Ryan, William Rogge, 
Theodore Ricketts. Second Row. Joan Saltz- 
berg, Joan Rynn, Diane Ryan, Susan Rogers, 
Diane Rhodes, Nancy Rosolko, Jean Rigoli, 
Susan Salamone. Third Row. Joan Rooney, 
Thomas Riggs, Robert Sabetti, Michael Ryan, 
Paul Rizzo, Ernest Rogers, James Rigoli, Joseph 
Rogers. 



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Mr. Emerson 

First Row. Theresea Sharpe, Cheryl Santangelo, 
Peter Salvucci, Eleanor Segal, Patricia Salvo! 
Second Row. Gail Santamaria, Roberta Shea. 
Diane Segien, Janet SchirT, Soretta Sanson, 
Laurel Simpson, Nancy Short, Maryann Samp- 
son. Third Row. Michael Saran, Tonathan 
Shlager, Brian Shaughnessy, Kevin Scarlett, 
Donald Saulnier, Larry Santolucito, William 
Scafidi, Steve Shaufus. 



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Mr. Leverone 



First Row. James Whalen, Debra Wybieralla, 
Camill Zanghi, Marie White, Diane Viscione, 
Dorothy Vinciullo, Gladys Zayas, Lynne Wal- 
lace, Paul Wallber. Second Row: Linda Walker, 
Debora Vasquezi, John Wilkens, Steven 
Werblin, John Visco, Walter Welch, Frank 
Vitale, Cynthia Welch. Third Row: Stephen 
Wilbur, Shirley Viles, Tanis Zappala, Tames 
Wilde, Robert Withrow, Mark Wilson, Fred 
Walter, Michael Ward, Paul Watson. 





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Mr. Regan 



First Row. Karen Siragusa, Kathy Stinehoun, 
Janice Sweeney, Karen Scotland, Lisa Taillacq. 
Ellen Surette, Robin Sullivan, Janice Steben, 
Barbara Strom, Rosemary Sullivan. Second 
Row: Joel Swenson, Andre Swystun, Paul 
Sweet, George Stephanis, David Strait, James 
Stevens, Bobby Wilde, David Stepp. Third 
Row: Robert Tierney, Mark Sullivan, Thomas 
Snyder, Mark Stashis, Joel Swantz, Greg 
Swantz, Linda Sites. 



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Mr. Sheehan 



First Row: Susan Twomey, Susan Tomasello, 
Patricia Vanaria, Jean Valdanbrini, Myra Tan- 
ner, Diane Talanian, Donna Taipale, Barbara 
Teague. Second Row: Robert Tarjan, Victor 
Torres, Thomas Trudeau, Wayne Trombley, 
Thomas Vanderford, Richard Tirone, Paul 
Tarallo, Jean Thorne. Third Row: Carl 
Terassi, Albert Tierney, Kenneth Teele, Wil- 
liam Valente, Robert Thomas, Robert Tierney, 
Scott Tower, Mike Urquhart. 




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Juniors: Michael Benasky, Michael Collura, Kenneth Garber, 
Arthur Lewis, John Long, David MacDonald, Paul Valdanbrini. 
Sophomores: Leonard Babineau, Kenneth Brown, Carl Carlson, 
Robert Calabufalo, Robert Cheney, Charles Goulding, Martin 
Hietsch, Emery Leblanc, Paul Nedza, James Papia, Norman 
Poirier, Stephen Vezeau. 



Juniors: Patrick Belliveau, Guy Cormier, Jon Corriveau, Warren 

Dolan, Edward Falone, Neil Fitzgerald, John Foley, James Kauf 

man, Paul McCarthy, Charles Pheeney, John 

nett. Sophomores: Lawrence Brown, Donald 

Glovasky, Clifford Hilton, Donald Jaillet, 

Roger Lord, William Quirk, Claude Richard, Kevin Toy, William 

Vallely. 



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Distributive 
Education 



Diane Boudreau, Lois Brousseau, Joan Goulding, 
Cynthia Halloran, Gail Hines, Kenneth Hoyt, Joanne 
LeBlanc, Mary Livernoche, Deborah Lore, Carol 
Malone, Elizabeth Martin, Marilyn McCarthy, Florine 
Richard, Christine Rigoli, Joyce Skotland, Carolyn 
Santamaria. 



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]uniors: Terrence Arsenault, Jay Bailey, Thonas 
Belliveau, Michael Cannistraro, Richard Church, 
Terence Hanlon, Robert Horrigan, Tobert LeBlanc, 
Edward Matheson, Douglas MacNeil, Warren 
Mogan, Gerard Pelletier, Paul Phillips, Robert 
Scarborough, Paul Shaughnessy, Robert West. 
Sophomores: Robert Abbott, Roger Arsenault, Jo- 
seph Bastarache, Thomas Bordenca, Aldo Caretta, 
Ralph Cutler, Thomas Deleskey, Lawrence Faranda, 
Richard McNulty, Richard Owens, Claude Richard, 
Harold Saulnier, Allen Sevigney. 



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Martin, Leonce Richard, Arthur Studley. Sophomores: David 
DePass, Vincent McDonald, Edward McGann, Steven Moore, 
Mark Quinn, Joseph Sennett, Scott Wigglesworth. 



Juniors: Lawrence Krahn, Roger LeBlanc, Joseph Leeber, 
Arthur McKinnon, Roger Munroe, Kevin Wessell. Sophomores: 
Ralph Bardsley, George Faulkner, Francis Kennedy, Tobert 
Stratton, David Taranto. 




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Arthur Hart, Peter Leone. Michael Licato, Michael McGovern, 
Peter Mogan, Henry Pilla, Stephen Ricci, Francis Roberge, 
Thomas Stapel. Sophomores: Joseph Blackburn, Glenn Cartier, 
Lloyd Cormier, Kevin DeVincent, Robert Dowdy, Brian Dow- 
cett, Dennis Fenton, Robert Gallant, Peter Guadagnino, Joseph 
Kwiatkowski, Craig Johnston, Dennis Lane, Arthur Kennedy, 
Stephen Martin, Russell North, William Pilicy, Randall 
Pyrro, Kenneth Samaros, Vincent Velardi, James LaRosa, 
Donald Weeks. 



Machine Shop 

Juniors: Gerald Arsenault, Michael Caruso, Francis Frechette, 
Michael Gledhill, David Hachey, Roger Maillet, Peter Mandile, 
Richard Randolph, Ivan Robichaud, Romeo Robichaud, Roger 
Stonehouse, Joseph Taranto, Chu Wah Yung. Sophomores: 
Gillis Bernard, Anthony Coco, Robert DeLosa, Emery LeBlanc, 
Euclid LeBlanc, Robert Melanson, David Pintabone, Ronald 
Robichaud, Claude Robichaud, John Caramanica, Carl Pas- 
serello, Ralph Royle. 



Carpentry 



Juniors: John Baillio, Paul Bearisto, David Cavicchi. 
Michael Connearney. Robert Desrosiers, Raymond 
LeBlanc, Richard Muise, John Muller, Paul Taranto. 
Sophomores: Carl Carbone, Richard Chandonait, 
Harold Croteau, Richard Delfino, Stephen Dennison, 
Michael Downing, George LeBlanc, Gary Lelievre, 
Timothy McAvoy, George McGeever, Richard 
Stremeckus, Michael T. Sullivan, Robert Tolan, John 
Thompson, George Paquette. 




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Frechette, Douglas MacDonald, James Lenza, Paul Avery, James Connolly. 





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Did Most for School Richard Cardillo 

Gail Hines 

Most Respected Boy Michael Connolly 

Most Respected Girl Thelma Martin 

Class Wit William Bamford 

Most Talented Albert Umina 

Best Dancer James LeBlanc 

Best Looking Kenneth Hoyt 

Elizabeth Martin 

Class Genius Michael Tausauno 

Most Likely to Succeed Michael Noke 

Joyce Skotland 

Best Dressed Boy Roger Despres 

Best Dressed Girl Joan Goulding 

Most Athletic Edward Pilicy 

Class Flirt Paul Avery 



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For the first time in many years, meetings were held in a 
theatre setting, and members had an opportunity to see and 
work with authentic stage machinery. 

The major production for the year was John Patrick's 
Pulitzer Prize comedy The Teahouse of the August Moon. 
Prominent among the Class of 1970 players was Philip Ham- 
mond as a captivating Sakini. 



Crawling Arnold by Jules Feiffer was this year's entry in 
the Massachusetts High School Drama Festival. Directed by 
Mrs. Carole Bowman the five-member cast went all the way 
to the New England finals in Rumford, Maine, another first 
in the history of Waltham High. 

In March of this year Waltham High was honored by being 
admitted into membership of the International Thespian 
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home from rehearsal around midnight, tired and slightly grouchy . . . 
coming home on performance nights, often after midnight, tired and 
feeling absolutely marvelous . . . Mrs. Czarnowski running around colliding 
with Mrs. Biddle in search of costumes, safety pins or Mr. Eagle . . . fear, 
nerves backstage on opening night . . . then, lights and 

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First Row: Linda Fote, Denise Wilkins, 
Pam Keyes, Pam Cardarelli, Karen Remal, 
Ginny Peros, Donna Testa. Second Row: 
Patty Keefe, Jeanne Twomey, Lynda Castel- 
lano, Elaine Shapiro, Ginny Tocci. Sandi 
Wright, Chris Paige. Third Row: Charles 
Brophy, Billy Lawler, Peter Lancto. Glenn 
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First Row. Mr. Corcoran, Eileen Patten, Philip Harris, Carolyn Leavitt, Karen Megerdechian. Sec- 
ond Row. Charles Smelledge, Joseph Campbell, Anthony Cardillo, Patricia Cosgrove, Edward 
Strong, Linda Gillen, Steve Kaloyandes, Joseph Valiante, Linda Corcoran, Marilyn Pratt. Laurie 
Ruggiero. Third Row: Linda Sullivan, John Mannino, Steve Wilber, Dennis Chiasson, Bernard 
Aucoin, Michael Eastman, Joe Graziosi, Dave Johnson. 




First Row. Mr. Karian, Marilyn Vanaria, Carolyn Zeytoonian, Lewis Horvitz, Diane Felix. Second 
Row. Carolyn Ray, Sharon Amiralian, Florence Darrah, Joyce Zaia, Ann Mary Moran, Mary Ellen 
Baker, Maureen Donlan. Standing: Judy Murry, Patricia Cosgrove, Janice O'Brien, David Doucette, 
Linda Najarian, Patricia Vanaria, Maureen Nardone, Maura Tushin, Barbara Mullaney, Stephanie 
Slader, Karen DellaCamera, Leslie Connors. Marilyn Gettings, Myra McLaughlin, Joanne Mancuso, 
Paula Teele, Sheryl Clark. 



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German 
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First Row. Paul Yamartino, John Crosby, Leslie Farragher, Marilyn Vanaria, Sharon Edmunds, 
Miss Fryer (advisor). Second Row. Deb Kilcullen, Jim Cusano, Margaret Cronin, Meredith Dahl, 
Judy Baginsky, Paula Goldman. Third Row. Steve Kaloyanides, Janice Donato, Christine McHugh, 
Caroline Muir, Janet Blustein, Ann Schkuta. Standing: Rod MacPherson, Joel Ackerman, Loretta 
Samson, Joan Callahan, Marjorie Smith, Judy Polk, Carol Hillson, Don Ouelette, Bob Wilde, John 
Link, David Rochatka, Bill Rogge, Nancy Salzberg, Karen McCluskey, Martha Meehan, Peggy 
Reed, John McHugh, Larry Sorenson, Merrill Coriff, Bob Tomusko, Loretta Sullivan. 




Spanish 
Club 






First Row. Mrs. Maguire (advisor), Kathy Stahl, Katie Doherty, Jane Roche, Charles Brophy. 
Second Row. Mary Arizmendi, Judy Murray, Loretta Samson, Liz Hughes, Judy Hartley. Sharon 
Amiralian. Third Row. Judy Nicholson, Laura Sumner, Joanne Jurgurian, Corin Graziozzi, Diane 
Cox, Patty Arena. Standing: Linda Emmetts, Robert Wolfe, Richard Ellis. 



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Italian 
Club 



First Row: William Nett, Vincent Allia, Timothy Dipace, Janise Zappala, Anthony Cardillo. Sec- 
ond Row. Lisa Taillacq, Matia Domini janna, Ellen Cardarelli, Charyl Santangelo, Guy Novello, 
Ruth Pridham, Robett Tarjan, Diane Gaudet, Batbata Foley, Carol Magazu. Standing: Vincent 
Scanio, Roy Mirabito, Benjamin Pizzi, Dana Bonica, Peter Miele, Samuel Mega, Ernis Hood, 
Lorna Lorette, Donald Warren, Randall Goldsmith. 



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First Row: Carolyn Ray, Jeanne Balvic, Janet Meehan, Mark Petricone, Marjorie Smith, Robert 
Tomusko. Second Row: Viz Hughes, Pat Cane, Mary Ellen Baker, Joanne Olson, Pam Gaudet. 
Loretta Samson. Third Row: Margaret Cronin, Marie Cormier, Patty Aubert, lanet Blustein, 
Patricia Muldoon. Fourth Row: Joseph Aucoin, Joel Ackerman, Leslie Connors, Ann Hession, 
Lindsey Hale, Judie Hull, John Robichaud, David Doucette, Pamela Keye's, Susan Tomasello, 
Maureen Nardone, Margarite Ohnemus, Florence Darrah, Maureen Beaulier, Janice Donate Chris 
McHugh, Joyce Zaia, Tom Regan, Merrill Griff. 



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1. Stowe — Town and Country . . . duffle bag . . . confiscated materials . . . long 
distance calls . . . but officer, I ... oh what a wonderful ski shop . . . busy ski 
patrol . . . three hospitalized. 

2. Switzerland — Sorry we left some lonely children at Logan on Friday, February 
13 . . . celebrations in Zurich . . . Park Hotel in Davos . . . the Apollo Dis- 
cotheque . . . happy hours . . . Anyone skiing today??? See you at the Post 
tonight . . . sleigh rides . . . dinner at Villa Elise? 

3. Killington — Rutland Motel . . . It's certainly a small world . . . Imagine 
meeting . . . there . . . excellent skiing . . . flashing lights and burning incense 
. . . rescued car . . . regrets to Albie . . . best wishes for a better year. 





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First Raw: Lynne Groth, Loretta Sullivan, Lenore Mullen. Second Row: Kathy O'Reilly, 

Caroline Muir, Mary Kerr, Regina Pacini, , Vincent Scalia, 

Deborah London. Standing: William Ebwa, Peter Miele, Mark Glen, John Robichaud, 
Bill Monaco, Richard Paolino. 



This year the History Club, a chapter of the Junior World Affairs Council, ran 
and participated in numerous activities. These included a debate between the Mayoralty 
candidates in September and lectures by Mr. Ross Bailey of New Zealand, Miss Barbara 
Ash on South Africa, and Parker Richards on the John Birch Society. In February the 
History Club sponsored a Model United Nations in which a number of high schools 
from this area participated. The Model U.N. was highlighted by the lectures and debate 
on the South African situation conducted by two experts from Brandeis University. In 
March two delegations from the History Club attended a Model United Nation held 
at Brandeis University. Later in the year the History Club and G.A.P. co-operated in 
planning and running the Litter Drive, Pollution Photo Contest, and the other programs 
of the Ecology group. 



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First Row: Ann Grimes, Carol HofTses, Lorna Lorette, Janice Perkins. Second Row: Jerri Connor, 
Frances Trifiletti, Joanne Jurjurian, Joyce Donahue, Gail Hendry. Third Row: Paula Teele, Pam 
Keyes, Nancy Saltzberg, Carol Magazu, Joyce Zaia. Fourth Row: Jane Roche, Judy Nicholson, Tudy 
Murray, Jeanne Haydon, Paula Bonafide, Diane Headley. Fifth Row: Virginia Tocci, Carol Steppe, 
Judy Moran, Jeanne Burke. Standing: Nancy Carry, Laura Hines, Elizabeth Wright, Martha Bushway, 
Lynne Sullivan, Maura Tushin, Jeanne Balevic, Marsha Chamberlain. 



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Art Editors 


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Charlie Williams 


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Tina Bassakides 


Typists 


David Marcus 


Editors 


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James Cusano, Deborah Kilcullen, Pamela Keyes, Regina Pacitti, Robert Scheier, Carol Olbrys, 
Marguerite Ohnemus. 



Library 
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Timothy Nolte, Joe Vanaria, Cathy Fox, Anne Erickson, Donna Dube, Elizabeth Dube, Thomas 
Nolte, Robert Bennett. Missing: Karen Arno, Laura Mahoney, Mary Jo Arena, Patricia Roche, 
Geoffrey Aucoin, David Phillips, Wayne Gullotti. 



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Linda Corcoran, Laurie Ruggiero, Angela Lambros, Marilyn Pratt, Susan Thomasello, Virginia 
Faulstich, Carole Kelner, Ellen Cardarelli, Barbara Teague, Patricia Aubert, Nancy Kelly, Susan 
Fieldings. 



Nurse's Office 



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First Row. Patricia Kane, Irene Hache, Luane Rollo, Dale Hopwood. Second Row. Mrs. Marion 
Fitzpatrick (R.N.), Linda Aliseo, Florence Heiser, Lorraine DiVico, Linda Chilingerian, Eileen 
Burke, Donna Barrile. Third Roiv. Carol Buckley, Susan Tomasello, John J. McManama M.D. 



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Charles Brophy (boys' vice-president), Sandra Wright 
(president), Caroline Denty (treasurer), Linda Castel- 
lano (girls' vice-president), Kathy Hill (secretary). 




Honor Society 



First Row. Louis Horvitz, George Lombardo, Jerri Connor, Diane Headley, Arthur Gaudet. Second 
Row. Vivian Ukraine, Sharon Amiralian, Leslie Farragher, Carolyn Zeytoonian, Marilyn Vanaria, 
Janice Perkins. Third Row. Marilyn Fine, Mary Ellen Baker, Marcella O'Brien, Janet Meehan, Ann 
Grimes, Kathy Hill, Kathy Barry. Fourth Row. Paul Yamartino, Steve Miller, Steve Finamore, Pat 
Regan, Ruth Pridham, Jeanne Meserve, Janice O'Brien. Fifth Row. John Crosby, John Mason, Bill 
Monaco, Al Lancto. 



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First Row: Tim Dipace, Dana Welts, Al Garnache. Second Row: Joan Seidman, Susan Skinner. 
Eileen Patton, Carolyn Leavitt, Dianne McCullough, Binney Bracken. Third Row: Mr. Sgouros, Judy 
Halloran, Denise Cormier, Evelyn Chiasson, Steve Parrish, Cindy McHugh, Peter Nyren. 



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Caroline Muir, Jeannette McCarthy, John McHugh, John Crosby, Phil Olsen, Paul Yamartino, 
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Sitting: Ed Spillert, Paul Parisi, Miss Donna Murphy (advisor), Lenore Mullen, Bill Monaco. Bob 
Colten, Vincent Scalia. Standing: Paul Vincent, Lois Conrad, Paul Cane. 




A. V. 
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First Row: Robert Schubert (A.V. coordinator), Mike Ward, Tony Pilla, Mike Curtis, Albert Clark. 
Second Row: Mark Glen, Tom Sneider, Rich Logan, Joe Gandiosi, Mike Arnold, Paul Leonard, Tom 
Muldoon, Jack Harding, Gary Ware, Peter Corcoran. Third Row: Ralph Nelson (A.V. director), 
Bruce Lawler, Larry Sullivan, Mike Iodice, Rick White, Bill Lawler, Tim Lahey, John Ledger, 
Warren Freda. 



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Bob Faulkner, Bob Jackson, Dick Marcou, Dennis Doherry, Kevin 
O'Toole, Lou Annunciata. Second Row. Dan Keohane, John 
McCarthy, Jim Auld, Charles Lombardi, John Arnold, Wayne 
Gullotti, Rick Chebookian, Tim Driscoll, Dave Giardina, Bill 



Edmunds, Bob Brigand, Rick Vaccarello, Ned Yetten, Brian 
Osganian, Bill Lee. Third Row. Glen Samuels, Jim Lupo, Ed 
Elliott, Bill Foley, Phil Orifice, Steve Morin, John Landry, Bruce 
Warren, Peter Pappas, Glen Richardson, Joe Milner, Fran Stanton, 
Gary Murphy, Ed Thomas, Joe Sarno. 





Football 

SCORES 

3 wins, 5 losses 

Waltham 26 Maiden 

Waltham 12 Brookline 

Waltham 6 Arlington 

Waltham 13 Haverhill 

Waltham 14 Weymouth 

Waltham 6 Brockton 

Waltham 8 Newton 

Waltham 14 Somerville 



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Arlington 14 

Weymouth 5 

Brookline 8 

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Hingham 1 1 

Cambridge 1 4 

Newton 1 

Rindge Tech 2 3 

Arlington 3 

Exeter 11 

Weymouth 2 

Brookline 5 

Brockton 5 

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Cline, Keith Chipman, Jose Taranto. Back Row, Left to Right: Coach Don Prohovich, Tom LeForte. 
Dave Feeley, Bill Stanton, Brad Childs, Chuck Coveney (Captain Elect), Dave Keane. 




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Waltham 58 

Waltham 45 

Waltham 82 

Waltham 50 

Waltham 77 

Waltham 66 

Waltham 68 

Waltham 42 

Waltham 44 

Waltham 65 

Waltham 49 

Waltham 87 

Waltham 74 

Waltham 51 

Waltham 58 

Waltham 64 

Waltham 59 

Waltham 68 

Waltham 37 

Waltham 51 



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Lowell 6l 

Somerville 70 

Rindge 74 

Brockton 53 

Cambridge 

Arlington 55 

Lowell 78 

Somervi 1 le 70 

Newton 38 

Brookline 86 

Weymouth 65 

Newton South 52 

Rindge 56 

Brockton 75 

Cambridge 68 

Arlington 77 

Newton South 44 

Newton 87 

Brookline 52 

Weymouth 53 



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Student-Faculty Basketba 

Game 

February 26, 1970 

Awards 

Dave Feeley Most Unsung Hero 

Mark Flynn Arthur L. Quinn 

Most Valuable Player Award 
James Girolamo Collins Sportsmanship Trophy 



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Weymouth 4 

Rindge Tech 12 9 

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Bedford 891 

Concord 893 

Marlboro 892 

Acton 874 

Wayland 917 

Newton 903 

Maiden 897 

Watertown 905 

Melrose 915 

Wayland 899 



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Karen Omobono (mgr.), Paula McCue, Carol Merritts,, Maura Tushin, Claire Cottone, 
Denise Enik, Karen Skotland, Pam Marchese. 



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Gail Hentzi, Susan Brophy. Standing: Simone Leger (Co-Captain), Pat Velardo, 
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Mclnnis, Merry Dahl, Janice Perkins (co-capt. ), Linda Emmetts, Lindsay Kilgore (co-capt. ), 
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Simonne Leger, Vivian Ukraine, Jane Marston. Third Roic: Faye Harris, Theresa Calarese, Debbie 
London, Karen Omobono, Sylvia Caruso, Karen Megerdichian, Maura Tushin, Lynn Walsh, Dawn 
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PETER ANGELO, M.D. 

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DONALD D. HUTCHINGS, M.D. 
JENNEY & JENNEY, ATTORNEYS 
JOSEPH L LEWIS, M.D. 
HECTOR M. MARIN, M.D. 
JOHN C. McMANAMA, M.D. 
JOHN L. MORRISON, M.D. 
JACK NAMIAS, D.D.S. 
DR. NORMAN PASTER 
FLORENTINO P. PINA, M.D. 
NICHOLAS J. SEMENZA, M.D. 
JAMES V. SMITH, ATTY. 
DR. & MRS. ANTHONY A. VANARIA 
ATTY. & MRS. J. CHESTER WEBB 
ATTY. FREDERICK H. WILDER, JR. 
DR. CLINTON L WILSON 
WARREN G. YOUNG, D.M.D. 
DR. VITO A. ZOLLA 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . • 

EiOoh over 

your 

employer 

us eurefuliy 

us he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good,' hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 




SN New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 



An equal opportunity employer 




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FROM 



ROOM 317 



MISS PACITTI 



MARSHA CHAMBERLAIN 



DONNA CHURAKIAN 



CATHERINE CHAMPION 



PAUL CICCOLO 



CHRIS CHAPMAN 



MARY CINCOTTA 



JANET CHAPMAN 



MICHAEL CINCOTTA 



REBECCA CHATTO 



ALFRED CLARKE 



DENNIS CHIASSON 



BEVERLY CLARKE 



RICHARD CHIASSON 



DOUGLAS CLASBY 



LINDA CHILINGERIAN 



PATRICIA CLASBY 



DORIS CHIN 



JACQUE COBUZZI 



KEITH CHIPMAN 



CYNTHIA COLLETT 



DIANE COLLETTE 



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Compliments 
of 


Best Wishes 
From 


J. F. & F. 1. 


PERRY 


ROBINSON, 


PONTIAC CADILLAC INC. 


INC. 


1055 Main Street 




Waltham 




TW 3-3600 


All Forms 


PONTIAC-CADILLAC-TEMPEST 


of Insurance 


SALES & SERVICE 



'TAYTERS POTATO CHIP COMPANY 

118 Calvary St., Waltham, Mass. 

"Waltham High School Cafeteria is supplied with the 
best potato chips-'TAYTERS" 

Mrs. K. Joan Whitemore, Owner 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 




JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 


463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-3797 


373 Moody St. 




Waltham, Mass. 




TW 3-5143 


BUDDY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 


Complete Line of 


Corner of Lyman & Main Sts. 


Clothing and Furnishings 



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JOHN F. PAINO 



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WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENTS, INC. 



221 Crescent St. 



Waltham, Mass. 
"PRECISION HAS BEEN OUR BUSINESS SINCE 1850" 



HOMEROOM 315 - MISS RYPKEMA 




ROBERT BURKE 
ANNA CACI 
DEBORAH CAISEY 
PATRICIA CALLAHAN 
JANE CALLAHAN 
SANDRA CALSON 



SUSAN CAMPBELL 
VIVIAN CAMPOBASSO 
PATRICIA CAMUTI 
NEAL CARAMANICA 
FRANCIS CANNISTRARO 
ANTHONY CARDILLO 



NORMAN CARMEL 
CAROL CARMODY 
MICHELE CARTER 
BRIAN CASEY 
DIANE CASELLA 
MICHAEL CASSERLY 



DONNA CASTELLANO 
LINDA CASTELLANO 
BARBARA CHIASSON 
CAROL CHIASSON 
GAIL CHAMBERLAIN 



Compilments of 


J. G. AKILUAN INC. 


SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 


Realtors 


945 Main St. 


611 Trapelo Road 




Waltham, Massachusetts 


IDEAL CLEANERS & DYERS 


894-6650 


OF WALTHAM 


(Si 


581 Moody St. TW 4-1256 


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HOMEROOM 320 - MRS. McKNIGHT 




BERNARD DEMEO 



TIMOTHY DIPACE 



CAROLINE DENTY 



PAUL DOE 



JOHN DEPASS 



DENNIS DOHERTY 



JUDITH DEPROFIO 



NANCY DOHERTY 



DIANE DESROSIERS 



EILEEN DOHERTY 



JOANNE DEUGENIO 



DANIEL DOLLARD 



CAROL DEVANE 



DONNA DOUCET 



DEBORAH DEVOE 



MICHAEL DOUCET 



JANET DIMATTEO 



BRUCE DOUCETTE 



CHERYL DION 



ELIZABETH DUBE 






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ROOM 248 


Good Luck 




From 


A.B.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. 


ROOM 240 


42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-6701 




Compliments 


Compliments 




of 


ROY JOHNSTON CO. 


SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 


929 Main Street 


240 Moody St. Waltham 



W. J. DONLAN CONTRACTING CO., INC. 



93 POND ST. 



TWinbrook 4-0769 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



Best Wishes 



From 



ROOM 242 



ROOM 140 



Compliments of 

RODERICK J. O NEIL 

Optometrist 

TWinbrook 4-2444 657 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



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ROOM 363 



Joan Murphy 
Kevin Murphy 
Richard Murphy 
Ronald Murphy 
Steven Murphy 



Charles Nadeau 
Linda Najarian 
Kenneth Navien 
Douglas Nickerson 
Joanne Nocella 



Thomas Nolte 
Emily Norman 
Clifford Nuttings 
Janice O'Brien 
Mary O'Brien 



Patricia O'Brien 
Eileen O'Halloran 
Patricia O'Halloran 
Helen Olivo 



ROOM 144 - MRS. MURPHY 



PETER FLYNN 
BARBARA FOLEY 
KEVIN FOLEY 
WILLIAM FOLEY 
RONALD FONTE 
ANN FOTI 
LINDA FOTI 



KATHLEEN FOX 



BARBARA FRANKS 



ROBERT FRENCH 



JAMES FRENCHETT 



PAUL FUOCO 



GARY GAGNON 



ROBERT GALLAGHER 



HEIDI GALLO 



ROBERT GALVIN 



MARY GARBER 



KURT GARDINER 



ELLEN GARDNER 



DEBRA GAUDET 



DIANE GAUDET 



ELAINE GAUDET 
ROBERT GAUDET 
JOANNE GAUTREAU 
PAULET GAUVIN 
RICHARD GIBBONS 
DIANA GIUSTI 
PAUL GODFREY 



Lois Smith 
Marjorie Smith 
Edward Spillert 
Mariann Stahl 



ROOM 372 



Francis Stanton 
Kurt Stashis 
Patricia Stedman 
Jean St. Germain 



Edward Strong 
Loretta Sullivan 
Lynne Sullivan 
Janice Sullivan 



Kathleen Sullivan 
Kevin Sullivan 
Sherri Sullivan 
Laurie Sweeney 



Susan Malloy 



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CLASS OF 70 






Best wishes Class of '70, 
On your graduation day; 
You're standing at life's crossroads, 
Now you must choose the way. 

The future lies before you, 
The decision's yours to make,- 
Only you can make the choice, 
Which road will you take? 

The world needs people, such as you, 
With courage and ideals; 
It needs your skill and knowledge, 
It needs your youth and zeal. 

The first class that will graduate, 
From a brand new school; 
You will set the precedent; 
You will set the rule. 

Best wishes Class of '70, 

On your graduation day; 

We place our future in your hands, 

The world is yours, today. 



THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE OFFICE 

Realtors - Builders 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 
WELTON BROWN 



LOU KIRSCH, 3rd 

C. FREDERICK JOSYLN 



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PATRICIA PENDERGAST 
MARK PETRICONE 
RUTH PRIDHAM 
JAMES RADOSTA 
CAROLYN RAY 



DARLENE PERESHLUHA 
WILLIAM POIRIER 
FRANCIS PRINNIER 
JAMES RANDO 
BARBARA RAYNE 



JANICE PERKINS 
ROBERT POWDERLY 
DENNIS QUINN 
JOHN RANDO 
DAVID RHODES 



WILLIAM PERLEY 
NANCY POWER 
PATRICK QUIRK 
CARL RAVESI 





JAMES E. REGAN, 


Compliments of 


Realtor 


MIKE O'NEIL 


Insurance of All Types— Sales— Rentals 




/Sg^v PHONE 893-1181 


PHOTOGRAPHER 


pHSBoHJ 100 Hammond Street 




^ Is *^ Waltham 34, Massachusetts 


Complete Photographic Service 




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ERIC'S HAIRDRESSING STUDIO 




40 Warren St. Waltham 


698 MAIN ST. 






Telephone TW 3-9464 


WALTHAM, MASS. 




TEL. 893-8607 


COLONIAL KITCHEN 




19 Crescent St. Waltham 




TW 4-4010 



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HOMEROOM 321 - MRS. DORSEY 




ARTHUR DUBOIS 



RICHARD DUDDY 



DONALD DUNLOP 



LOIS DUNNE 



WILLIAM EHWA 



DEANNE ELFAR 



LINDA EMMETTS 



MARTHA ERICKSON 



JOHN FAHEY 



CHARLES DUCKWORTH 
KATHRYNNE DUNBAR 
JOHN DUNN 
KEVIN EAGAN 
GAIL ELANDER 
SANDRA EMBERLEY 
KATHLEEN ENGLISH 
CAROL FABRIZIO 
SUSAN FALZONE 



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GERARD V. BEAUDOIN 

PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING 

JOBBING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY 



14 HAMMOND ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 
02154 



TELEPHONE 
893-0283 



MASTER PLUMBER'S 
LICENSE #6344 



MASTER GAS FITTER'S 
LICENSE #M-2040 



POWER OIL BURNER 
LICENSE #9317 



BYRON'S MEN'S STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

348-386 Moody St. 
893-7053 



ROOM 121 




Telephone LAsell 7-0459 



THE TUX SHOP 



Complete Line of Men's Formal Wear 
For Rental 



230 California Street 
Floyd Hamilton 

Res. Phone 
TWinbrook 4-5122 



Newton, Massachusetts 
Thomas McCullough 

Res. Phone 
894-3702 



WALTHAM COAL & OIL 
CO. INC. 

691 Main Street 

894-0116 

Complete Oil Heating Service 



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RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



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2 I Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



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PHILLIP HARRIS 



JUDITH HARTLEY 



CAROL HARVEY 



NANCY HAYES 



BONITA HEBERT 



DIANE HERMAN 



LINDA HIGGINS 



CHRISTEEN HINES 



CAROL HOFFSES 



WENDY HOLMES 



BRUCE HARI 



DEBORAH HARTMAN 



LISA HARWICH 



DIANNE HEADLEY 



GAIL HENDRY 



ROBERT HICKEY 



KATHLEEN HILL 



LAURA HINES 



LEWIS HORVITZ 



DALE HOPWOOD 



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BEST WISHES 



FROM 



COLEMAN & SONS 



REALTORS - INSURORS 



451 MAIN STREET 



WALTHAM 



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DEBORAH HOSMER 



KAREN HOYT 



JOSEPH HIGHES 



ROBERT HIGHES 



DONALD HURLEY 



LINDA HURLEY 



LINDA IANNUZZO 



LAWREN ISSACSON 



ROBERT JACKSON 



JANICE JAHRLING 



GARY JAMES 



CAROL JANSON 



ROSEANNE JARVIE 



DIANE JIMJIMIAN 



ANN JOHNSON 



DAVID JOHNSON 



KARL JOHNSON 



KENNETH JOHNSON 



ROBERT JONES 



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ROOM 348 - MRS. STAPLES 




DONALD LE BLANC 



DAVID LOVEQUIST 



LINDA LE BLANC 



LOREN LOW 



CAR LEEBER 



ANNE LUCAS 



S1MONNE LEGER 



CYNTHIA LUCAS 



FORREST LEONE 



ROBERT LUCAS 



DAVID LE SHANE 



DON LUND 



STEPHEN LEYDON 



THOMAS LUNNY 



JOHN LOGAN 



PHYLLIS MAC DONALD 



CAROL LOMBARDI 



STEPHEN MACINNIS 



GEORGE LOMBARDO 



NORMAN MACLEOD 



COLLETTE GEROUX 



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Compliments 
of 

PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 

316 Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 



Caps — Gowns — Hoods 





894-0938 


CONGRATULATIONS 


ANDERSON-LITTLE CO., INC. 


From 


Manufacturers of Fine Clothing 




Men— Women— Boys 


ROOM 110 


100 River St. 




Waltham 



Tel. 894-0423 Res. 894-6919 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC, 

GAS AND OIL BURNERS 
REMODELING 



EDWARD F. PERILLI 
Master Plumber 



976 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




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Ml II 




PATRICIA REGAN 



BARBARA ROBERTSON 



HAZEL REIDY 



THOMAS ROBERTSON 



JANE REINO 



JEANNE ROBICHAUD 



RAYMOND RICHARD 



MURIEL ROBICHAUD 



THOMAS RICKMAN 



WILLIAM ROBICHAUD 



FLORENCE RIGOLI 



CHRISTINE ROBINSON 



MARTHA RIGOLI 



JANET ROCHE 



ELAINE RIPPIN 



LINDA ROCHE 



PATRICIA ROACH 



DONNA ROCHLEAU 



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Walrham High School 
Class of 1970 



HEWLETT Jf PACKARD 



MEDICAL ELECTRONICS DIVISION 



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Good Luck 


CHEZ ELISE 




BRIDAL SALON, INC. 


From 


Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 
683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 


ROOM 246 


(At Central Square) 




Best Wishes 


Best Wishes 


WAL-LEX BARBER SHOP 


To 




THE CLASS OF 70 


Compliments 
of 


From 


FRANK'S OF ROME 
FASHION BEAUTY SALON 


ROOM 272 


1100 Lexington St., Waltham 





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CAROLYN ROGERS 



RICHARD ROGERS 



DANA ROGGE 



LUANE ROLLO 



CHRISTOPHER ROMANO 



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PAULA SANTALUCITO 



JOYCE ROTCHFORD 



CAROLYN SANTAMARIA 



REGINA ROURKE 



JANICE SANTAMARIA 



MARY ROY 



JOSEPH SARNO 



JOHN RUSSELL 



JEANNE SAVAGE 






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JOHN CROSBY 
STEVE CURRY 
ANN DADDARIO 
DONNA DAVIDSON 
DONNA DEMELLE 



LEONARD CROSSMAN 
ELLEN CURTIS 
SHIRLE DAGOSTINO 
GEORGE DAVIDSON 
JOHN DEMARCO 



ROBERT CROTEAU 
ANN CUSANO 
MARILYNNE DAHLIN 
MARILO DELOREY 
JOHN DELLACAMERA 



MARY CROWE 
JAMES CUSANO 
JO ANN DANTONIO 
JAMES CUTHBERISON 



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JOSEPH VANARIA 



JOAN WALKER 



MARILYN VANARIA 



JOANNE VARNADOE 



DONALD WARREN 



SAMUEL WEBB 



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CALVIN VARY 



TERI WEEKS 



YVETTE VEILLEUX 



JOAN WEIDENFELD 



PATRICIA VELARDO 



GORDON WELLINGTON 



PAUL VINCENT 



CHERYL WELLMAN 



FRANCES VIVEIROS 



DANA WELTS 



ERIC WALDRON 



BARBARA WENTWORTH 



DAVID WALKER 



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ROOM 325 - MISS CHABOT 




PATRICIA FOLEY 
WARREN FREDA 
KATHERINE GAMBLE 
MATTHEW GARRIGAN 
DIANA GEBHARDI 
LYDIA GIARDINA 



MICHELE FONSECTA 
ROSEMARY FUCCI 
ELAINE GARDNER 
PATRIC GARRITY 
STEPHEN GENEROSO 



JANICE FORTE 
SHAUNA GALLAGHER 
STEPHEN GARDNER 
ARTHUR GAUDET 
KATHLEEN GETTINGS 



LUCILLE FOURNIER 
WENDY GALLAGHER 
ALBERT GARNACHE 
JANE GARDET 
JOSEPH GIARDINA 






"THE 
FRIENDLY 
CITIZENS 



FULL SERVICE BANK 




95 MOODY STRSET • WAITHAM, MAS! 



MEMBER 
FCDtrtAL DEPOSIT 4N3URANCE CORPORATtDN « re£>£«AC «ES6«Vt SVSTEM 



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NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 



NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 

659 Main St., Waltham 

Orders to Take Out 
Phone: 893-5380-893-9359 



Best Wishes 



THE GIANT STORE 



1370 Main St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 

265 Bear Hill Road 

Waltham, Mass. 

894-2900 

Manufacturers of: 

Instrument Lathes— Micromills 

Micro Drill Press 



Best Wishes 



ROOM 154 



Compliments of 



r*j 




286 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 



'YOUR TEEN STORE IN WALTHAM' 



HOMEROOM 169 




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Compliments 






of 


Compliments of 


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' EMBASSY 


ADAMS-RUSSELL CO., INC. 


WWWWl 






280 Bear Hill Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 899-2540 








THEATER 



273 



MENDELSOHN'S 

469 Moody St. 
Waltham 



ROOM 327 - MRS. MAGUIRE 




FRANCES GILL 
ROBIN GOGAN 
ELIZABETH GRANT 
ANNE GRIMES 
JESSY HAGOPIAN 



JAMES GIROLAMO 
DENISE GOGUEN 
CYNTHIA GREEN 
LYNNE GROTH 
BRIAN HALLORAN 



BARBARA GLADMAN 
STANLEY GOLDSTEIN 
HENRY GREEN 
IRENE HACHE 
STEVEN HAMILTON 



DONNA GLAWSON 
NORA GOULD 
WILLIAM GREENWOOD 
JAMES HAENSGEN 
PHILIP HAMMOND 



Best Wishes 



From 



ROOM 322 



ROOM 365 



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ROOM 111 - MISS HOLLAND 




PATRICIA AUBERT 
JOSEPH AUCOIN 
JOYCE AUCOIN 
KAREN AUCOIN 
MARIE AUCOIN 
RICHARD AUCOIN 
SUSAN AUCOIN 
JOSEPH AVERY 
DAMARI AVILES 
MAX BABURINS 
JUDY BAGINSKY 
DIANE BAIA 
CARLA BAILEY 
THOMAS BAILLIO 
LAWRENCE BAKER 



RICHARD BALLO 
GARY BARDSLEY 
ROBERT BARKER 
HUGH BARNES 
EARL BARRETT 
JAMES BARRILE 
GREGORY BARRON 
GERARD BEAUDOIN 
MAUREEN BEAULIEU 
DEBORA BECK 
RUTH BECK 
KATHRYN BECKWITH 
PAMELA BELLE 
RONALD BELLIVEAU 



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NICKERSON & 


Compliments of 


HILLS, INC. 


PITT CONSTRUCTION CORP. 


917 MAIN ST. 


291 School St.-Wolthom 


WALTHAM, MASS. 


894-2580 



Compliments 
of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

158 Lexington Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3570 




MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC 

131 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 

PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS FOR THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 





LEVIN'S 






For the Finest in Fabrics 


MAY'S BAKERY 




22 Lexington Street 






Waltham 54, Mass. 






TWinbrook 3-7143 


World's Most Progressive Bakery 


o 


DEXTER DRUG CO. 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 


571 Moody St. 




JOHN P. DEXTER, Reg. Pharm. 


Waltham, Mass. 


Cor. Ma 


in and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 





276 







Compliments 
of 

ELECTRO CONTRACTING 
& SERVICE CORP. 

129 Russell Street Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-7792 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 



GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 



Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 









Compliments 
of 

MASS. HARDWARE 

170 High St. Waltham 

893-671 1 

Monday, Tuesday From 11:30 to 12 Midnight 

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 1 1 :30 to 1 A. M. 

Sunday 12 Noon to Midnight 






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CARL SCAFIDI 
ROBERT SCHELIER 
ELAINE SHAPIRO 
JOSEPH SILVA 
JOYCE SKOTLAND 
EDMEE RIVERA 



ROOM 371 - MISS QUINN 




MARIE SCAFIDI 
FRANCIS SCHULTZ 
KATHLEEN SHARKEY 
MICHAEL SIMMONS 
TINA RANDOLFI 
FRANCI RIVERA 



VINCENT SCALIA 
GEORGE SEGEIN 
DOMINIC SHAUGHNESSY 
DAVID SINCLAIR 
BRUNA AISMONDE 



VINCENT SCANIO 
DEBORA SELBY 
MAUREEN SHEA 
SUSAN SKINNER 
NANCY GELFUSA 



Compliments of 


MASS BROKEN 


WALL-LEX CAR WASH 


STONE CO. 


878 Lexington St. Waltham 




H. E. WESTON 


133 Boston Post Rd. 


JEWELRY CO., INC. 

316 Moody Street, Waltham, Mass. 


Weston, Mass. 


Telephone TW 4-2880 


TW 3-0489 



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ROOM 344 - MR. NELSON 




STEVEN LAMBERT 
ROBERT LASSMAN 
DONALD LEBLANC 
OMER LEBLANC 
WINFRED LEE 



ALBERT LANCTO 
NANCY LAZARO 
EDNA LEBLANC 
RHEAL LEBLANC 



DIANNE LAROCHE 
CAROLYNNE LEAVITT 
KAREN LEBLANC 
RICHARD LEBLANC 



ROBERT LAROSA 
DENISE LEBLANC 
LINDA LEBLANC 
THERESA LEBLANC 



FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 
Architect — Engineers 

267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 




279 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1970 



GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY 



600 Main Street 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



LUNDEY ASSOCIATES, INC. 



694 Main Street Waltham 54, Mass. 



TW 3-8800 




McKENZIE TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 


BAY STATE FLORIST 


JOHN D. McKENZIE 


SUPPLY, INC. 


President and Treasurer 


285 Bear Hill Road 




Waltham, Mass. 


194 Moody St. 


TW 9-1020 


Waltham, Mass. 





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ROOM 115 - MRS. SLOAN 




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HARRY BROCK 
SUSAN BROPHY 
JOHN BROWN 
MARY BROWN 
NANCY BROWN 
STEPHEN BURGESS 
ELLEEN BURKE 
TIMOTHY BURKE 
GLORIA BURNS 
MARK BURSTEIN 
BARBARA BUSHARD 
STEPHEN BUTCHER 
KAREN BUTLER 
JAY BYRNE 



STEPHEN CACCIOLA 
CATHERINE CACI 
LINDA CAIRA 
PATRICIA CAISEY 
SHEILA CAISEY 
JOAN CALLAHAN 
THOMAS CALLAHAN 
WAYNE CAMPBELL 
BRIAN CANE 
JO ANN CANNISTRARO 
MICHAEL CANNISTRARO 
PETER CANNISTRARO 
CARMEL CAPIZZI 
NANCY CAPPADONA 










281 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON 



Established 1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



From 



ROOM 218 



PIECE OF PIZZA 



RESTAURANT 



897 Main St.— Waltham 



Compliments of 



WAYSIDE BARBER SHOP 



471 Main St. Waltham 



GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 



For Men and Boys 



Tel. TW 3-1088 



331 Moody Street 



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ROOM 312 - MR. GRANT 




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GAIL BERTRAND 
JAMES BIGGINS 
PAUL BLANCHARD 
ALAN BLEYLE 
ROSANN BRACKETT 



BETHANN BLODGETT 
JOHN BOLLES 
PAULA BONAFIDE 
DANA BONICA 
CHRISTOPHER BUDREAU 



STEVEN BONNEY 
MAURICE BORDENCA 
DENNIS BOUCHER 
ANNETTE BOUDREAU 



PARK BOUDROT 
ANN BOURGEOIS 
WANDA BOURQUE 
JOHN BOYD 






Give Your Family A Treat AT 

"VNAister doimut® 

THE COFFEE AND DONUTS 
THAT MADE Mister DONUT® FAMOUS 



FOR YOUR NEXT PARTY 
OR SOCIAL FUNCTION 

CALL 
893-9688 



..doughnuts hand cut for 
flavor and freshness . . . 



muotr.E^m^B£. 



WAL-LEX SHOPPING CENTER 

876 LEXINGTON STREET 

WALTHAM 




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ROOM 142 - MR. CAPUCCI 



MICHAEL EASTMAN 
GEORGE ECONOMO 
NANCY EDGAR 
MARGARET EDMUNDS 
CHARLES EHWA 
JOHN EHWA 
DONALD EISAN 
CAROL ELANDER 
AUDETT ELFAR 
RICHARD ELLIS 
BELIND EMERSON 
ROBERT EMMETTS 
DENISE ENIK 
LUCY ERBA 
ANNE ERICKSON 



RANDA ERICKSON 
FRANK EVERETT 
JAMES FAHEY 
MERLIN FALONE 
LINDA FAMOSE 
ELAINE FARRELL 
CHARLES FAULSTICH 
CIRO FEI 
LOIS FERRO 
KENNETH FERRY 
FREDERICK FERSON 
KENNETH FESTOG 
SUSAN FIELDING 
MARY FURDON 



285 



ROOM 318 - MR. BAILEY 




FRANCIS CONNORS 
ALICE COLLINS 
RITA COLLINS 
PAUL COLLIS 
DONNA CONNERS 
JERRILD CONNOR 



RICHARD CORACCIO 
CHRIST CONRAN 
GUIDO COPPOLA 
STEPHEN CORDETT 
LINDA CORCORAN 
DENISE CORMIER 



PATRIC COSGROVE 
PAUL CORMIER 
NIAL COTTER 
KAREN COUGHLIN 
JACQUE COUSINEAU 



JANICE CROCKFORD 
DENISE COUTU 
JUDY CRIPPS 
NANCY CRIPPS 
ROBERT CROOK 



B. C. AMES 



Manufacturers of 



DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 



131 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Best Wishes 


H. E. WESTON 


To 
THE CLASS OF '70 


JEWELRY CO., INC. 


From 


316 Moody Street, Waltham, Mass. 


ROOM 146 


Telephone TW 4-2880 



286 



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Compliments 



of 



ANTHONY J. LA CAVA 



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ROOM 342 - MR. CURRY 




LINDA JULIANO 
JANE KEEGAN 
LINDE KILGORE 
LINDSEY KILGORE 
PAUL LACAVA 



SANDRA JULIANO 
MARK KEENAM 
BRIAN KEOUGH 
ROBERT KING 
SANDRA LAHEY 



DEBORA KAUFMAN 
MARY KELLEY 
MARY KERR 
LINDA KOKIDKO 
HARRIE LALLY 



LINDA KAVEY 
CHRISTEEN KELLY 
DEBORA KILCULLEN 
JANICE LACAVA 



Best Wishes 



ROOM 161 



ROOM 162 



m: ■■>:- 



ROBERT 
SRICHARD 

BOSTON 




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ROBERT & RICHARD 
HAIR STYLISTS 

COIFFEURS WITH A CONTINENTAL LOOK 
COLOU COJtMtCTION WO»* 

iiucmim • siiva nonm • ti»im 

Walk In Service 

FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 



8*1 MAIN ST. 
WAITHAM 



Open TIM 10:00 P.M. 0j.tr 
Tun. t Sit. Till 6 " 



893-9677 



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THE 

WALTHAM 

SAVINGS 

BANK 



YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS 



ROOM 310 - MR. YETTEN 




RICHARD ABELLI 
LESLIE ABELLLI 
RAYMOND DAVIS 
GREGORY ALCORN 
HARRY ALCORN 
NANCY ALESSE 



SHARON AMIRALIAN 
VINCENT ALLIA 
TONETTE ALONGI 
ROBERT ANDERSON 
BRIAN ANGELO 



DOLORESIS ARAUJO 
DEBORAH ARENA 
SUSAN ARENA 
KAREN ARNO 
CARL ARSENAULT 



DIANE ARSENAULT 
ANDREA AUCOIN 
BERNARD AUCOIN 
DAVID AUCOIN 
DEBORAH AUGUSTA 



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ROOM 189 



Donna Taipale 
Diane Talanian 
Myra Tanner 
Paul Tarallo 
Robert Tarjan 
Barbara Teague 
Kenneth Teele 



Carl Terrasi 
Diane Testa 
Deborah Thambash 
Robert Thomas 
Paul Thompson 
Albert Tierney 
Robert Tierney 
Thomas Vanderford 



Richard Tirone 
Teresa Tobin 
Susan Tomasello 
Victor Torres 
Scott Tower 
Wayne Trombley 
Thomas Trudeau 
Arthur Walsh 



Susan Twomey 
Michael Urquhart 
Jean Valdanbrini 
William Valente 
Marie Valiante 
Arthur Vanaria 
Patricia Vanaria 



ROOM 376 - MR. AMBROSE 




SALLY WEST 
RICHARD WHITE 
ROBERT WOLFE 
LINDA YOUNG 
SANDRA ZANGHI 



SUSAN WEST 
WILLIAM WILDE 
SANDRA WRIGHT 
RICHARD YOUNG 
CAROLYNNE ZEYTOONIAN 



DOROTHY WHELAN 
PAUL YARNARTINO 
WARREN WILDER 
SHERRY YOUNG 



RICHARD WHEATON 
CHARLES WILLIAMS 
RAYMOND YETTEN 
JOYCE ZAIA 



C. R. SWANEY 
CO., INC. 

196 Bear Hill Road 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1970 



Best Wishes 

STRATVERN HOMES 



Compliments 
of 

BANNER GLASS CORP. 

805 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



290 







ROOM 146 



Neil Goldberg 
Randal Goldsmith 
Gail Goodwin 
Linda Gray 
Sally Gray 
Joseph Graziosi 
Diane Green 
Peter Green 
Joanne Gregoricus 
Thomas Griffin 
Shirley Griggs 
Regina Gross 
Michael Guigno 
Eloide Hache 
Michael Haffey 



John Hagg 
Linsey Hale 
Richard Hamalainen 
Cynthia Hamann 
Jeanine Hancock 
Thomas Hapenny 
John Haroutunian 
Ellen Harris 
Debbie Hart 
Lee Harvey 
John Hayes 
Glenn Headley 
Wayne Headley 
Michael Healy 
Linda Gargone 



MASS BROKEN 
STONE CO. 



133 Boston Post Rd. 



Weston, Mass. 



TW 3-0489 



Compliments of 

ACTRONICS, INC. 

166 Bear Hill Road 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-7030 



Compliments of 

ALLIA BROTHERS 
FRUIT AND PRODUCE 

66 Boynton St. 
Waltham, Mass. 893-4382 




Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 

OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 



ROOM 171 



Kathleen McLaughlin 
Susan McManus 
Nora McMenimen 
Mary McNulty 
Martha Meade 
Mary Medaglia 
Gary Medeiros 
Martha Meehan 
Adeline Mega 
Cheryl Menard 
Diane Mercurio 
Elena Mercurio 
Carol Merritts 
Janet Merrullo 



Judith Messina 
Patricia Milioto 
Charles Million 
Barbara Mills 
Richard Milton 
James Mitchell 
Annemarie Moran 
Joyce Morgan 
David Mosman 
Deborah Muise 
Diane Muise 
Deborah Mula 
Loretta Murphy 
Lynne Merrill 



291 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 



77 Rumford Ave., Waltham 



CUSTOM SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 



Established 1893 



HOMEROOM 313 - MR. PIZZI 




PAUL BRASSARD 
DONALD BREEN 
ROBERT BRIGANTI 
NANCY BRODERICK 



CHARLES BROPHY 
ANN BROWN 
JUDY BROWN 
RITA BROWN 
LAUREN BUTMAN 



WENDY BROWN 
DONNA BURCHES 
KELLY BURKE 
RICHARD BURKE 
JOSEPH BUTTIGLIERI 



ROBERT BURKE 
MAUREEN BURLEY 
JULIE BURNS 
DONALD BUSHARD 



LAUREL SHOP 



GIFTS 



GREETING CARDS 



856 Lexington St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

QUEEN CLEANERS 

266 Moody St.— Waltham 



LEW'S FASHION SHOPPE 



"For Dresses— It's Lew's' 



377 Moody St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



TW 4-2066 



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O'TOOLE THE FLORIST, INC. 



719 Main St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



893-2961 



Flowers for All Occasions 



ROOM 269 



Mark Segalini 
Donna Segien 
Steven Segien 
Joan Seidman 
Gary Senarian 



Mark Shannon 
Johnan Sharpe 
Joseph Shaugnessey 
Michael Shea 
Deborah Sherman 
Timothy Smith 



Jacqueline Shinnick 
Debra Shuman 
Mary Simmons 
Brian Skinner 
Charles Smelledeg 
Barbara Squires 



Compliments of 



GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1970 



Carol Smith 
David Smith 
Elaine Smith 
Ruth Smith 
Susan Smith 



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BILL MITCHELL'S 



WEST END CHEVROLET 



110 South St. 



894-9000 



Waltham 



293 



294 



Compliments 
of 



NIMS CATERING 



BANQUET OR BUFFET 



LEAVE THE 



010*4 



TO US 



CALL NIMS CATERERS 



'Delicious Meals Served For Over 22 Years' 



WEDDINGS-BANQUETS-RECEPTIONS-SHOWERS 



SPECIAL OCCASIONS-DINNERS-SMORGASBORDS-BUFFETS 



PARTY PLATTERS-HORS D'OEUVRES 



Call for Information & Menus 

1-894-2282- 1-894-2646 
Evenings: 535-2962 



20 FOX ROAD 



WALTHAM 






MAIN STREET 
AUTO SALES & SERVICE, Inc. 



1036 MAIN STREET 



893-9724 



1040 MAIN STREET 



893-2260 



WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 



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Thomas Muldoon 
Charles Mullaney 
Chester Mullen 
Kevin Mulvaney 
Brian Murphy 
Karen Murray 
Janice Murray 
Lynda Myshrall 



ROOM 172 



Kenneth Nadeau 
John Napoli 
Maureen Nardone 
Dennis Naughton 
Paul Naughton 
Charles Nestor 
William Nett 
Carol Nevard 



Delores Nigro 
Peter Noble 
Robert Noke 
Jean Nolan 
Kathleen Norton 
Linda Norton 
Guy Novello 
Robert O'Brien 



Carolyn O'Connel 
Richard O'Dea 
Joseph O'Keefe 
Joanne Olsen 
Robert O'Mara 
Karen Omobono 
Joanne O'Reilly 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM SCHOOL BUS 



Best Wishes From 




GEODYNE CORP. 


Compliments 


151 Bear Hill Road 


of 


Waltham, Mass. 




TW 4-2229 


WALTHAM WALLPAPER 




& 


HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 


PAINT CORPORATION 


Manufacturers and Distributors 
of Aluminum Building Products 


591 Main St. 



296 




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Compliments of 



THE 

CHATEAU 

RESTAURANT 



ITALIAN-AMERICAN DINNERS 



PIZZA 



195 School St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



297 



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Compliments 
of 



WALTHAM 



FEDERAL SAVINGS 



& 



LOAN ASSOCIATION 



298 



Compliments of 



MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 



20 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Diane Poulin 
Timothy Powers 
Charles Priest 
Marjorie Priest 
Donna Priestman 
Jan Procyk 
Joyce Proia 



ROOM 175 



James Pullano 
Arlene Purchase 
John Qualters 
Leslie Quinn 
Marianne Quinn 
Kenneth Ralston 
Lois Raneri 



Robert Rangel 
Joanne Rao 
Linda Ravalli 
Nancy Rea 
Maureen Reddy 
Margaret Reed 
Thomas Regan 



Joan Reilly 
Patricia Reyes 
Joseph Ribeiros 
Robert Ricci 
Paul Richard 
Joseph Richardson 



SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE 


Best Wishes 


SERVICE CORP. 


to 




the Class of '70 


1017 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 




TW 3-7336 


ROOM 178 



299 





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TAGGART 

DRIVING SCHOOL 

A MODERN SCHOOL WITH DUAL STEERING 





"SPECIAL CARE FOR THE NERVOUS & ELDERLY" 

m 894-4570 « 244-7850 

WALTHAM NEWTON 

AND ALL OTHER SURROUNDING TOWNS 




* Free Door To Door Service 

* Complete Teenage Driver Education Courses 
Good For Insurance Reductions Ages 16-25 

* Patient Cr Understanding Instructors 

* Written £r Road Test Service 

* Air Conditioned Cars 



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DIAMONDS WATCHES 










MARCOU JEWELERS 










3 Moody St. 










Waltham 54, Mass. 










TW 9-2220 










High School Rings and Jewelry 










Diamonds — Watches — Giftware 










Repairs & Engraving 








TWinbroo 


k 3-1345 Notary Public 








Blgelow 


4-2489 








john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 










Insurance of Every Description 










and Bonds 
828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. 










ROOM 176 




Theodore Ricketts 


Cynthia Roberts Pamela Rogers Diane Ryan 




Thomas 


Riggs 




Jacqueline Robinson Susan Rogers Michael Ryan 


- 


Gary R 


igoli 




Patricia Roche William Rogge Robert Ryan 




James 


Rigoli 




Diane Rodes Patricia Romard Joan Ryan 




Jean Ri 


goli 




Enith Roe Joan Rooney Robert Sabetti 




Michael 


Rigoli 




Ernest Rogers Nancy Rosolko Susan Salamone 




Paul Rizzo 




Joseph Rogers Karen Ross Joan Saltzberg 












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ROOM 373 



Robert Sweeney 



Steven Sweeney 



Richard Sweet 



Joseph Taranto 



Alan Tauber 



Paula Teele 



John Thambash 



Ellen Thorne 



Francis Tierney 



Teresa Tirone 



Gary Tobin 



Robert Tomusko 



Pamela Toy 



Frances Trifiletti 



Betty Troie 



Barbara Twomey 



Vivian Ukraine 



Francis Uttaro 



Richard Vaccarello 



Joseph Valiante 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 



713 Main St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



894-5444 



Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 

KEVIN RITCEY 



COLONIAL YARN STORE 

1021 School Street Waltham, Mass. 

"The Friendly Mill Store Around the Corner At Lexington Street" 

• FINEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES • 
WOOL-ORLON-MOHAIR-COTTON-NYLON 

Phone 893-7722 



WEST END HARDWARE CO. 



901 Main St. 
TW 3-0296 



302 



AUTO SCHOOL 



COURSE INCLUDES 

• CLASS BOOM INSTRUCTION 

• BEHIND THE WHEEL INSTRUCTION 

• DRIVER OBSERVATION 

• LIMITED PARTICIPATION 
COURSE FOR HIGH SCHOOL 
STUDENTS - CLASSES AT YOUR 
SCHOOL ■ DRIVING AT OUR SCHOOL 
976 MAIN ST., WALTHAM 



SAVE ON 

AUTO INSURANCE 

PREMIUMS 

LIC. BY REGISTRAR 
OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

ALL AGES 

894-1086 



WALTHAM'S OLDEST DRIVING SCHOOL 



Compliments of 



WAL-LEX CAR WASH 



878 Lexintogn St. 



Waltham 



ROOM 213 



Andrew Blaiklock 



Paul Blanchard 



Thomas Blanchard 



Janet Block 



Damian Blumenreich 



Paul Bogosian 



Patricia Boisvert 



James Bonica 



George Borrel 



Patricia Boudrot 



Joanne Bourque 
Rachel Bowley 



Joseph Brescia 
Susan Bresnahan 
Johnnie Briggs 
Marjorie Brinton 
Diane Brody 
Denise Brooks 
Paula Brophy 
Catherine Brotman 
Susan Bry 
Susan Bryant 
Karen Buccella 
Carol Buckley 



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Waltham Students! 

Start out right by buying 

your insurance at 



W. H. THOMPSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



We Insure Everybody 16 to 80 



506 Main St., Waltham 

TW 4-1214 

We Can Insure Your Automobiles 



303 






Congratulations and Best Wishes for 
a Happy Future to the Members of the 



Class of 1970 



LEO GALLITANO 



ROOM 


221 


ROOM 


228 


Maria Di Carlo 


Joseph H. Doucette 


James Fitzpatrick 


Richard Gallagher 


John Dideo 


Paul Douglas 


Mary Flaherty 


Deborah Gallagher 


John Di Leone 


David Drew 


Charles Flanders 


Maria Gemelli 


Paul Di Luca 


David Drinon 


Dana Forgione 


Joseph Gandiasi 


Michael Di Nauta 


Timothy Driscoll 


Beverley Fraser 


Pamela Gardiner 


Stanley Dinoff 


Albert Dube 


Elizabeth Fraser 


Pamela Gaudet 


Karen Dion 


Denise Dubie 


Danelle Freeman 


Robert Geary 


Kathleen Doherty 


Elinor Dubois 


Donna Fuller 


Karen Generoso 


Diane Domurat 


Paula Duffy 


Susan Gagnon 


Marilyn Gettings 


Joyce Donahue 




Jacqueline Gahan 




Stephen Donnelly 


Douglas Dufresne 






Alain Doucet 









304 



ADCOLE 



CORPORATION 



330 Bean Hill Road 



Waltham, Mass. 



ROOM 262 



Diane Perkins 
Judee Perkins 
Steven Perkins 
Virginia Peros 
Karen Perperas 
Donald Pedersen 
Kenneth Peterson 
John Petterson 
David Phillips 
Peter Piantedosi 
Stephen Piazza 
Nancy Picone 



Paula Pilon 
Donna Pinzone 
Joseph Pinzone 
David Poldoian 
Judith Potas 
Marilyn Pratt 
Deborah Preston 
Glen Priest 
Michael Provencher 
Robert Provencher 
Karen Quagliozzi 
Jayne Powers 



Compliments of 



HOME HEATING ENGINEERING CO., INC. 



188 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



894-1647 



ROOM 243 



Christine Howe 
Leo Howe 
Mary lagulli 
Karen Isaacson 
John Izzi 



Marcel Jacob 
Allen Jacobs 
Kenneth James 
Dennis Jee 
Gary Jee 



Beverley Jigarjian 
James Jigarjian 
Cynthia Johansen 
Diane Johnson 



305 



Best of Luck to the Class of 70 



SAL'S 



PIZZA SUBS FRIED SEAFOOD 



Corner of Newton and Main 



893-8993 



ROOM 265 



Stephen Morin 
John Morizio 
Thomas Morrison 
Laura Mozie 
Cynthia Mucci 
Patricia Mula 
Patricia Muldoon 
Barbara Mullaney 
Carlene Murphy 
Robert Murphy 
Judith Murray 
Thomas Myers 



Donald Myshral 
Sandra Nagle 



Gary Najarian 



Bernice Nathanson 



Margie Navien 



Frederick Neal 



Elise Nessolini 



Deborah Newis 



Judith Nicholson 



Susan Nicotera 



Timothy Nolte 




OF BOSTON-WALTHAM 

Totton Pond Road at Rte. 128 
(Winter Street Exit 48 and 48 E) 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

Telephone: 617-899-3000 

Restaurant Lounge 

Swimming Pool Function Rooms 



"Over Forty Years of Friendly Service" 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 

893-4808 



Compliments 



of 



WALTHAM 



ENGRAVERS, INC. 



230 Calvary St. 



TW 4-4149 



Compliments of 



ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 



Jewelers 



653 Main Street 



Waltham, Mass. 



306 




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ROOM 128 



Denise Delorey 
Michael Delorey 
Patricia Delorey 
Anthony Demeo 
Joanne Demeo 



Kenneth Demeo 
Gregory Denaro 
Neil De Stefano 
Joanne Devane 
Thomas Devane 



Lawrence Devlin 
James Devoe 
Frederick De Leone 
Joyce Di Matteo 
Donna Di Tommaso 



Lorraine DeVico 
Jeanne Doherty 
Susan Doherty 
Marie Dominijanni 
Carol Demeo 



THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 



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Best Wishes 



WALKER REALTY TRUST 



ROOM 220 



TWinbrook 4-1900 




P. E. BURKE 

MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 



P. E. BURKE 



1 13 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




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307 



Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 



FRANK STEVENS 

HEALTH AIDS, BEAUTY SUPPLIES 
COSMETICS WIGS 



318 Moody St. 



Waltham 



ROOM 212 - MRS. FELDMAN 




SALVATORE BARONE 
DONNA BARRILE 
MICHAEL BARRY 
KENNETH BASS 
TINA BASSAKIDES 
CECELIA BASTARACHE 



DIANE BEAUMONT 
KAREN BECK 
NIKI BEHRIKIS 
NANETTE BELLIVEAU 
DONALD BENNETT 
SUSAN BENNETT 



MICHAEL BENSON 
DEBRA BERAN 
DONNA BERGERON 
LINDA BERGERON 
KATHRYN BERGSTROM 
MICHAEL BERNARDI 



JANICE BERTOLAMI 
SHARON BESSO 
PAUL BIRON 
CHERYL BISHOP 
CYNTHIA BLACK 
EVELYN BRUNACCINI 



ROOM 173 



Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1970 

TONY'S VILLA 

Waltham, Mass. 



HIGH STREET VARIETY 

Quality Cold Cuts — 
Submarines To Go 
893-9527 



308 



ROOM 225 - MRS. HALEY 




DAVID DUNBAR 
JUDITH DUNN 
HARRIETTE DUPIUS 
SUSAN DUPREZ 
BERNICE DUPUIS 
WATER DURKIN 
TERENCE EAGAN 



SHARON EDMUNDS 
WILLIAM EDMUNDS 
MARJORIE EISNER 
EDWARD ELLIOTT 
ELIZABETH ELLIS 
PHILIP ENGLISH 
CHRISTINE ENGRASSIA 



PAUL ERICKSON 
SALLY ERICKSON 
ROSANN FAMOSI 
APHONSEE FANARA 
ROBERT FIELDING 
WILLIAM FARANDA 
VIRGINIA FAULSTICH 



DIANE FELIX 
CLAUDIA FERRI 
ROBERT FIELD 
JANE FIORELLI 



ROOM 165 




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FLORIST 



Telephone 
TWinbrook 4-6161 



225-229 High Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '68 



From the 
WALTHAM 

SUPER MARKET 



836 Main Street 



309 






Best Wishes 



to 



The Class of 70 



PARTY NOOK 



9 Moody Street 



899-8840 



ROOM 247 - MR. GALLIGAN 



THOMAS LAFORT 
WILLIAM LAWLER 
RICHARD LAZARO 
ROBERT LEACH 



TIMOTHY LEAHY 
DEBORAH LE BLANC 
DOREEN LE BLANC 
MARIE LE BLANC 



PETER LE BLANC 
RICHARD LE BLANC 
BARBARA LE DUC 



DANIEL LEE 
WILLIAM LEE 
KAREN LEEPER 



ROOM 263 





Barbara Noonan 


Stephen O'Kane 


Regina Pacitti 


Peter Pappas 






Steven Noonon 


Carol Olbrys 


Christine Paige 


Paul Parisi 






William Norton 


Richard Oliva 


Susan Palmer 


Gary Parrella 






Pamela Nutile 


Vincent Olivo 


Gregory Panjian 


Marty Patterson 






Colleen O'Connell 


Eileen O'Reilly 


Gilda Papia 


Wayne Penney 






Marguerite Ohnemus 


Kathleen O'Reilly 


Christine Pappargeris 


Anthony Penzone 




310 

















ROOM 249 - MRS. JACOBSON 




LANCE MAC DOWELL 
CATHERINE MAC KINNON 
NORMAN MAC KINNON 
BRUCE MACLURE 
DENISE MAC NEIL 



RODERICK MAC PHERSON 
KATHY MADDEN 
CAROL MAGAZU 
GERARD MAILLET 
RONALD MAILLET 



RONALD MAILLET 
KEVIN MALLOY 
MICHAEL MALLOY 
CARMEL MALLOZZI 
RICHARD MALONEY 



JOANNE MANCUSO 
MARGARET MANERO 
PAUL MANGINI 
SANDRA MANSFIELD 
JEAN MANTENUTO 



MacNEIL ENGINEERING 
COMPANY, INC. 



CHAMP GOLF PRODUCTS 



TWinbrook 3-5100 



225 RIVERVIEW AVENUE 



WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



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ROOM 361 



Janet Martorilli 
John Mason 
Martha Masterman 
Judy Mazmanian 
Mary McAvoy 



Robert McCarthy 
Diane McCullough 
Barbara McDonough 
Margaret McGann 
David McGuigan 



Cynthia McHugh 
John McHugh 
Maureen McHugh 
Margaret McLoughlin 
William McMillan 



Patricia McNamara 
Theresa McNeil 
Phyllis Medaglia 
Janet Meehan 
John Mega 



ROOM 261 - MRS. BY AM 



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WILLIAM McGEAN 
DIANA McGRATH 
JOHN McGRATH 
ANNE MclNNIS 
DAVID MclVER 

myra Mclaughlin 



ROBERT McMAHON 
WILLIAM McMANUS 
RICHARD McWADE 
STEPHEN MEDEIRAS 
SAMUEL MEGA 
KAREN MEGERDICHIAN 
JUDITH MORAN 



JEANNE MELVIN 
CARLOS MERIDA 
CAROL MERRIAM 
PETER MIELE 
DEBORAH MILINAZZO 
JANET MILINAZZO 
DONNA MEOLA 



MARY MILIOTO 
JOSEPH MILNER 
PAULA MILNER 
CHRISTINE MOLONEA 
ROBERT MONOCO 
GAIL MONTGOMERY 



ROOM 362 



Jeanne Melanson 
Ann Menard 
Lynelle Merritts 
Jeanne Meserve 
Virginia Milioto 



Steven Miller 
Linda Milton 
Donna Minissale 
Roy Mirabito 
Beverly Mobilia 



Sheila Mogan 
William Monoco 
Jean Monty 
Susanne Morreale 
Alice Mroszczyk 



Caroline Muir 
Christine Mula 
Deborah Mullaney 
Lenore Mullen 
Gary Murphy 



312 



ROOM 271 - MISS KUNKLE 




KATHLEEN STAHL 
WILLIAM STANTON 
CAROL STEPP 
ALAN STOHL 
CAROL STONEY 
LAWRENCE SULLIVAN 



LINDA SULLIVAN 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 
LINDA SULLIVAN 
JEANNE SUMNER 
DAVID SUTER 



JEAN SWYERS 
GAIL TAVENER 
DEBORAH TAYLOR 
HELEN TAYLOR 
DONNA TESTA 
EDWIN THOMAS 



LAUREL SUMNER 



WILLIAM THOMAS 
GAIL THOMPSON 
JOAN TIBBETTS 
VIRGINIA TOCCI 
CAROL TOUSIGANT 
RICHARD TOWNE 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 



Contractors— Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 




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From learning laboratories 
to lunar missions . . . 
Raytheon makes things h 



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>en, 



A high school student dials a les- 
son and learns at his own pace . . . 
A housewife prepares a meal in 
minutes in her microwave oven . . . 
A submarine listens for intruders 
in the deep ... A seismograph crew 
explores for oil beneath an African 
desert. 

A radar scans the skies and a 
supersonic missile stands ready if 
needed ... A new petrochemical 
plant takes form against a Louisi- 
ana sky ... A phone conversation 



is carried by microwaves across the 
Andes to a remote area of Ecuador 
...A tiny computer guides an 
Apollo spacecraft from orbit to on- 
target splashdown. 

These are but a few of the re- 
sults of Raytheon technology at 
work around the world. 

Today, Raytheon is an interna- 
tional science-based company 



employing over 50,000 people. 
Common threads of technology run 
through and weave together the 
company's diverse and growing, 
businesses in both government 
and commercial markets. 

At Raytheon, our future is both 
exciting and challenging. We hope 
that your future holds a full mea- 
sure of excitement and challenge 
too. Perhaps you will find it with us. 



The Waltham Plant (Equipment Division) 
of Raytheon Company salutes the 
Class of 1970 

Come in and see us. We are an equal 
opportunity employer. 

Waltham Plant (Equipment Division) 
20 Seyon Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



314 




Compliments of 



PRECISION CONTROL PRODUCTS CORP, 



1396 Main St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



Diane Carr 
Elizabeth Carrol 
Joseph Carroll 
Nancy Carty 
Dennis Caruso 
Joseph Casella 



ROOM 216 



Robert Casey 
Sheila Castello 
Lucy Centola 
June Cericola 
Gayle Cerqua 
Robert Chadwich 



Edgard Chaisson 
Evelin Chaisson 
Wendy Chamberlain 
Pamela Chapman 
Pamela Chapman 
Arthur Chaprales 



Douglas Charlney 
Lynett Chatto 
Richard Chebookjian 
Sandra Chiacchio 
Michael Corbett 



TWinbrook 4-5372 25 Years Experience 


ART'S ESSO 




GORDON 
BILLIARD SUPPLY CO. 


570 South Street 




SALES & SERVICE 


Auto Repairs Road Service 




Expert Repairing on all Billiard Tables 






Authorized Brunswick Dealer 






8 Hammond St. 


LOU'S HAIRSTYLING FOR MEN 




Waltham 
Gordon Myers 


(Charlesbank Shopping Center) 





Deborah Vasquezi 
Shirley Viles 
Dorothy Vinciullo 
Diane Viscione 
John Visco 
Frank Vitale 
Linda Walker 



ROOM 187 



Lynne Wallace 
Frederick Walter 
Paul Wanberg 
Michael Ward 
Paul Watson 
Cynthia Welch 
Walter Welch 

Gladys Zayas 



Steven Werblin 
James Whalen 
Marie White 
Andrew Wiggin 
Stephen Wilbur 
James Wilde 
Robert Wilde 

John Zeno 



John Wilkins 
Jay Wilson 
Robert Withrow 
Debra Wybieralla 
Robert Young 
Camille Zanghi 
Janis Zappala 



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JET -VAC 
CORP. 



73 Pond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-6800 



Tel. TW 3-0654 

BENNET R. O'NEIL 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

742 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

Opposite Public Library 




Congratulations Graduating Class of 1970 

WAL-LEX CLEANERS, INC. 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 

874 Lexington St., Waltham 

Open Daily-7 A.M.-9 P.M. 894-4230 

TOM LYONS 

Distributor 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 
TW 4-4900 

Budget Terms 



Compliments 
of 

ANTON'S CLEANERS 



THOMAS A. JOYCE & CO. 

135 Moody St. TW 4-2815 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 



METROPOLITAN PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington St. Waltham, Mass. 

Leonard Dubin B.S., Reg. Pharm. 

TW 4-2146 




IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 



232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Compliments 
of 

JOHN J. FLYNN 



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ROOM 152 - MISS SNOW 




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MICHAEL lODICE KATHY JULIANO 
JOYCE JAHRLING PAUL JUTRAS 
JAMES JARVIE STEPHEN KALOYANIDES 
EDWARD JIGARJIAN JAMES KAMPHAUS 
KAREN JOHNSON PATRICIA KANE 
KEVIN JOLIAT DAVID KEANE 
JUDITH JOYAL LAWRENCE KEANE 


PATRICIA KEEFE NANCY KELLY 
SUSAN KEEFE LAURIE KENNEN 
HUGH KEEGAN DEBRA KERSHAW 
CATHERINE KEENAN ROBERT KERSHNER 
LORNA KEITH PETER KIDD 
ELLEN KELLEY MARY KING 
KEVIN KELLY DANA KNEELAND 

GAIL KODIDKO 




ARTISAN 


Compliments 




INDUSTRIES INC. 


of 




73 Pond Street 


RINEHART FINANCIAL 




Waltham 54, Massachusetts 


HANDWRITING SYSTEM 




Affiliates of: 
ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 


764 Main Street 




HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 


Waltham 




METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 
KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 


893-6078 


317 






Compliments 

of 

the 



NATIONAL HONOR 

SOCIETY 






318 



ROOM 210 - MR. THORP 




AUDREY ABBOTT 
KAREN ABORN 
JOEL ACKERMAN 
GREGORY ADAMS 
ANA ALISCEA 



LINDA ALISEO 
MARIA ALLAIN 
RAYMOND ALLAIN 
PATRICIA ALLIA 
MARK ALLISON 



DANIEL ALTRICH 
GARY ANDERSON 
WILLIAM ANDREWS 
LOUIS ANNUNCIATA 
DEBRA ANTICO 



MARGO ANTONUCCI 
LORRAINE ARENA 
PATRICIA ARENA 
KAREN ARENBURG 



WALTHAM CITY HALL JEWELERS 


Congratulations Seniors 


609 Main St. Waltham 


CHARLESBAND DELI 


Telephone TW 4-6996 


580 South Street 


Best of Luck Seniors 


MOODY STATIONERY CO. 


SENIOR M. Y. F. 


368 Moody Street Waltham 


IMMANUEL METHODIST CHURCH 


OFFICE INTERIORS 






William Bowen 
Theresa Calarese 
Ellen Cardarelli 
Paula Cardarelli 
Anita Cardillo 
Gilda Cardillo 
Joseph Cardillo 



BEST WISHES - ROOM 117 



Gary Cardone 
Lynne Carlson 
John Carmody 
George Caruso 
Rosemarie Caruso 
Samuel Caruso 
Sylvia Caruso 



John Cash 
William Cassidy 
Richard Castellano 
Robert Castellano 
Judith Cate 
Michael Cavanaugh 
Denise Cedrone 



Joyce Centola 
Samuel Cetrano 
Clifford Chaisson 
William Chaisson 
Arlene Charles 
Deborah Cheeseman 
Ann Chiasson 



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ROOM 311 




DIANE AUCOIN 
JOSEPH AUCOIN 
MARIE AUCOIN 
GAIL AVERY 
DAVID BACHELDER 



MARY BAKER 
SANDRA BAMFORTH 
KAREN BARNES 
JOAN BARONIAN 
MARY BARRETT 



KATHLEEN BARRY 
WILLIAM BARRY 
MARIE BAXTER 
NORMA BELLIVEAU 
ARTHUR BENNETT 



ROBERT BENNETT 
BRUCE BERBERIAN 
ALFRED BERGIN 
LUISA BERRARDINUCCI 
LYNNE BERRY 



Best Wishes 



To 



The Class of 70 



From 



KING INSTRUMENT 
CORPORATION 



23 Fox Rd., Waltham 



TW 9-5110 



TV REPAIRS 

Specialists in 

Magnovox, RCA, Zenith 

and others. 

We also install and service antennas. 

MASS ELECTRONICS 

893-9026 



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Compliments 
of 



V. OLIVO & SONS, 

Inc. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



107 Central St. 



WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BITUMINOUS CONCRETE ROADS 
DRIVEWAYS & SIDEWALKS 



321 








Compliments of 


Best Wishes to the 




Class of 1970 


WALTHAM STOVE CO. 




573 Main St. 


IRWIN'S 


Waltham 


FURNITURE 


894-0068 


274 Moody St. 


JUMBO PIZZA 


Waltham, Massachusetts 


627 Main St. - 893-8503 




New Addition for Your Comfort 


TWinbrook 3-8575 


COLLEGE PHARMACY 




OF WALTHAM, INC. 


"We Give S&H Green Stamps" 


J. Harris B.S., Reg. Pharm. 




576 South St. Waltham, Mass. 




Tel. 894-2290 




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THE WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
BOOSTERS CLUB 



"To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 

Waltham High School" 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1970 



Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the BOOST- 
ERS in encouraging and rewarding scholar-athletics at Wal- 
tham High School. 



P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 



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1 SPRUCE ST., WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



"Great men are they 
who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 

material force; that 
thoughts rule the world" 



Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture, 

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